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Chamber and Contractors Association to host time management workshop

The Sierra Human Resources Association is presenting Time Management for Busy People. The workshop is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon on June 11 at the Nevada County Contractors’ Association, 149 Crown Point Court, Suite A, in Grass Valley.

Busy people who want to get outside and enjoy more of summer can find time if they get things done more effectively and efficiently. Learn to prioritize time to deal with the urgent and important, discover what to do if you are addicted to urgency and busyness, pick up 50 ways to beat the clock, uncover your prime real estate and carve out time for meaningful activities that will immediately make a positive change.

Workshop speaker Laura Moriarty is the president of Tahoe Training Partners, a human resources and management training solutions consulting firm located near Lake Tahoe. Laura has been the architect of innovative learning environments at high profile organizations and is a nationally known speaker.

If you need to get perspective on what matters most in your life and refocus on your highest priorities, register by June 10 and pay safely online at http://www.sierrahra.org. The cost is $29 for SHRA/SHRM members, $39 for Chamber members, $49 for non-members. Beverages and snacks will be provided at 8:30 a.m. Visit http://www.sierrahra.org to learn more or call Christine Hoxsie at One Stop Career Center, 530-265-7093, or SHRA Co-President Laura Moriarty, SPHR at 530-573-0224.

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