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Time: August 26, 2013 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Worker's Compensation Trust
Street: 47 Barnes Industrial Road South
City/Town: Wallingford
Website or Map:…
Phone: 860-525-5080
Event Type: nonprofit, professional, development, workshop
Organized By: CT Association of Nonprofits
Latest Activity: Aug 26, 2013

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Event Description

Are you “Insanely Busy”all the time? Would you like to be more effective and less stressed,fully realizing that there is not likely to be more hours in the day, people onthe payroll, and money in the bank for what you want to do?


If so, you are invited to attend this 3-hour workshop to transform how you are living and working. Here is what you will learn:

  • Root causes of stress;
  • 10 underlying assumptions that can keep you in the “insanely busy” trap;
  • 10 alternative assumptions that can empower you;
  • Your most effective lever for making transformative changes in the way you are working;
  • A bucket full of strategies for sustaining yourself and your organization when you feel like you are “drinking from a fire hydrant”;
  • A plan and process for making the changes you want.

(Hint: If you don’t think you can spare 3 hours for this but know you would benefit, do come. You will be glad you did.)

Thursday, September 26 | 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Workers' Compensation Trust, Wallingford

Member: $60; Nonmember: $80 | Bring one guest for free!

Code: PLS2 | Trainer: Mary Gorham


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