Mastering Your Habitual Tendencies: Effective Productivity Habits
Join Leslie Blood, PhD, director of graduate community and program development, to learn how to create more effective and efficient time management and productivity habits. Open to all graduate students and postdocs.
The key to managing the academic lifestyle is in making your innate tendencies work for you. Personal life-coach Gretchen Rubin argues that most people fall into one of four tendencies: questioners, rebels, obligers and upholders.
The goal of this workshop is to understand your innate habits and skills in order to harness your instincts to be more productive and effective. While rebels don't do well with rules, obligers thrive on accountability check-ins.
Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
This workshop is hosted by University of Colorado - Boulder and is being shared with other institutions across Colorado as part of the GradCO Professional Development Series.
Thursday, February 23 at 12:00pm to 1:30pmVirtual Event
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Information Session, Colloquium/Seminar, Advising session, Workshop/Training
Development & Training, Academic & Advising, Outreach & Engagement
- College, School & Unit
- Career Services, Graduate School, Postdoctoral Affairs
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