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This session is designed to help you learn how to manage your own career and increase your engagement at work. It will address successful strategies for career development, including building an internal network and brand, understanding competencies and strengths, and mentoring.
William "Marty" Martin is a professor of management with DePaul’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business. He teaches a variety of courses ranging from health sector management to entrepreneurship.
Date: Monday, Aug. 16, 2021Time: NOON - 1 PM CDT (ONLINE WEBINAR)
Optimizing productivity at work seems simple: time block, say "no" and protect your work-life boundaries. While these strategies work—and we will discuss how and why—the realities of modern knowledge-work often impede their implementation. We will explore the role of personal responsibility in reclaiming your attentional ability. We will talk through evidence-based experiments to improve your workflow and make space for work recovery. Armed with a renewed ability to focus, we will conclude by discussing how to specifically design a psychologically rich professional life, one in which you welcome novel, diverse and formidable challenges in the spirit of learning more about yourself, other people and your work. Grace Lemmon is an associate professor of management and director of the Doctor of Business Administration program for DePaul’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.
Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021Time: NOON - 1 PM CDT (ONLINE WEBINAR)
For more information contact Yanna Constantinou.
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Join us to learn how DePaul can help you achieve your personal and professional aspirations.