2 organizations sponsor time management workshops
April 14, 2014
The Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce and The Nevada County Contractor's Association have joined forces to offer a popular time management seminar to the community.
The two organizations have created a yearlong workshop series titled Striking Gold in Your Business.
This month's workshop will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at The Nevada County Contractor's Association conference center. It will be led by bestselling author and ProBrilliance Leadership Institute master business coach Machen MacDonald.
The two-hour workshop cost is $15 for GGVCC and NCCA members and $25 for nonmembers; it includes lunch.
The workshop, titled Managing the TIME of Your Life and Your Business, will help participants learn how to better manage their priorities, energy, efforts and enthusiasm to get more done in less time.
"In this day and age, whether you are a stay-at-home mom, a teacher or a business owner, the demand on our time has become very challenging and we don't see it getting any easier.
"The NCCA and The Chamber wanted to create a program to help our community learn some valuable tools that can make their life easier and be more productive," said Keith Davies, CEO of the Greater Grass Valley Chamber.
"We had Machen facilitate his time management workshop last year for our members. He shared several concepts from his bestselling book, "Managing The TIME of Your Life." and the feedback from our members was extremely enthusiastic. They got a lot of useful tools to take back and be more productive," said Barbara Bashall, executive director of NCCA.
The cost is $15 for GGVCC and NCCA members and $25 for nonmembers. The admission price includes lunch. Call The Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce at 530-273-4667 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat for Wednesday's workshop.
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