Stop Your Addiction to Multitasking
- Learn the dangers of multitasking and how to combat it.
- Learn efficient ways of getting your tasks done, how to correctly prioritize your tasks and the ramp up/ramp down effect.
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Learn to use all the related tools, walk into a job and be a rockstar from day one. The skill you need to become a real professional. Learn the tools used by the world's top professionals. Boost your confidence, master the field.
Stop Your Multitasking Addiction
There is a common misconception that multitasking is a beneficial skill for people. This course will guide you through the dangers of multitasking and how to combat it. Students will learn efficient ways of getting their tasks done, how to correctly prioritize your tasks and understanding of the ramp up/ramp down effect.
This workshop is designed for all levels of students who struggle with trying to juggle multiple tasks and projects at one time. This course is designed for all levels of participants and provides learning content for new and seasoned education professionals.
- Board of Education Members
- Assistant Superintendents
- Recruitment Personnel
- Community Engagement Team Members
- Administrative Team Members
Components and Materials
● One 46 minute video course, written content, quiz, certificate
● Participants will need technology with internet access
Leadership and key staff will be able to apply strategies to improve efficiency in the workplace.
*Certificate of Completion
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Brian J. Stephens
CEO Caissa Public Strategy, Nation's Leading Student Recruitment Expert at CaissaK12
Brian J. Stephens has more than 25 years of experience as a business and leadership development strategist, crisis manager, and attorney. Brian has taught in both college psychology departments and law schools. He holds a Juris Doctor and undergraduate degrees in Industrial Psychology and Business Management.