SkillPath Seminars Announces Open Enrollment in One of Their Most Requested Time Management Training Courses

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Open to the public, “Managing Multiple Projects, Objectives and Deadlines” is a skill-building, one-day workshop that provides practical, simple-to-implement solutions for taking back control of time and boosting productivity.

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SkillPath Seminars, the nation’s leader in business skills training since 1989, is excited to announce a career-enhancing training opportunity now taking enrollments. Managing Multiple Projects, Objectives and Deadlines is a special one-day public seminar designed to teach people how to get and keep control of concurrent projects, competing priorities and critical deadlines.

Today’s employees are constantly faced with too many deadlines and too many projects, all of which have top priority. The term “multitask” has evolved from just being a computer term to now describe human actions, and many businesspeople even brag about how good they are at multitasking. But does it really improve productivity? Various studies have shown that people who multitask typically take longer to complete tasks, and they make more mistakes than those who focus on only one task at a time.

SkillPath Seminars has developed an innovative and eye-opening course to address these challenges. And who will benefit from this course? Managing Multiple Projects, Objectives and Deadlines is a unique learning opportunity for supervisors, administrative assistants, project managers—anyone who struggles with time management.

According to one enthusiastic seminar participant, “Today’s fast-paced, high-tech, results-oriented business world demands excellent skills in program management. This seminar presents tips and ideas to ‘get the edge’ in today’s business world.”

Led by SkillPath’s expert trainers with years of real-world experience in workplace task management, Managing Multiple Projects, Objectives and Deadlines teaches practical strategies and techniques that have been time-tested and proven effective in business settings of all sizes and across all industry types.

Seminar attendees take away skills they can use the very next day on the job, including these highlights: How to maintain—even improve—work quality while increasing work volume … the 10 “golden rules” of time management … project management tools the pros use … how to avoid the four most common reasons many projects get bogged down … how to make sure personal top priorities line up with the boss’s top priorities … nine strategies for taking control of phone calls and voice mails … and so much more!

Another recent participant, a professional in the demanding aerospace industry, gave this glowing assessment of the course: “Probably the best seminar I have ever attended. Putting the techniques to use will improve my effectiveness in my work and home life.”

And now Managing Multiple Projects, Objectives and Deadlines is coming to the local area. The cost of this popular course is $149. Enrollment can be done by phone, e-mail or on-line. To sign up for classes or for more information on this or any other course offered by SkillPath, see

About SkillPath Seminars:
SkillPath provides practical, convenient training opportunities for businesspeople who are ready to re-tool and re-charge their professional careers. SkillPath’s unique brand of training enhances skills, saves time and money and contributes to career and organizational success. They accomplish all this through public seminars, customized on-site coursework and take-away training resources that keep careers on the grow. SkillPath has trained 10+ million people since 1989—at Fortune 500 corporations, small businesses, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations—and they promise a great learning experience at each SkillPath seminar. Their 100% money-back guarantee is proof of their commitment to everyone’s success.

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