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Time Management & Personal Leadership

The OAR Presents...Time Management & Personal Leadership: Decisions That Will Double Your Results, Reduce Your Stress & Balance Your Life
Monday, February 25, 2013
3-5 p.m., Faculty & Staff
7-9 p.m., Students
Stokes Auditorium
Your life is a product of your decisions. Your criteria for making decisions are at the very core of your effectiveness. Great decision making habits can yield a lifetime of success and achievement while poor ones can keep you stressed, frustrated and out of balance. This fast paced, interactive and engaging presentation will provide you with powerful insights that will help you gain mastery over your life so you can always operate at your best, become a more effective leader, build stronger relationships, and experience greater fulfillment in school, work and life.
After Attending this Session, Participants Will Be Able To:
· Work 24 hours straight yet still feel balanced (really!)
· Plan more strategically to save time and reduce stress.
· Become more proactive and less reactive.
· Lead themselves before taking on the responsibility of leading others.
Speaker: Steve McClatchy
Steve McClatchy is a speaker, consultant, trainer and founder of Alleer Training & Consulting.  Steve has spoken before thousands of audiences on the topics of work/life balance, goal achievement and personal leadership. His client list includes the NBA, Pfizer, Microsoft, Disney, Comcast, Accenture, HP, Ikea, Tiffany’s and the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens.  He is the author of the book Decide, which will release in 2014 with Wiley Publishing, and he is best known for his passion, sense of humor and energetic personality. You will be captivated, motivated and truly inspired by his unique and practical approach to effectiveness and success.
DO NOT MISS THIS!
RSVP required: hc-oar@haverford.edu

Prof. Anita Isaacs (Political Science) and students cross Founders Green after class.

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