- March 24
Maura Thomas approaches this CEO Climb Event with three objectives:
- To help you become more strategic, by debunking old-fashioned “time-management” advice and providing a new perspective, more relevant for leaders in the 21st century: Attention Management.
- To teach you to capitalize on your knowledge, find your “flow,” and unleash your genius, allowing you to bring your full range of talents and experience to your organization, and be the visionary thinker that your leadership position demands.
- To help you understand how your behaviors and your organization’s culture may actually be undermining your team’s ability to bring their “A-game” to their work every day.
What will you learn from this CEO Climb Event:
In addition to the value inherent in the points above, you will leave this event with actionable ideas to:
- Identify skills gaps in team members’ ability to get their most important work done.
- Understand how and why staff behaviors don’t align with desired organizational metrics.
- Cultivate habits that support, rather than sabotage, concentration, critical thinking and strategic leadership.
- Inspire more effective communication throughout the organization.
- Implement policies and workflow practices that will have a positive impact on the productivity culture of the entire organization.
Value to Attendees:
CEOs and leaders who attend this Climb Event can look forward to a combination of an engaging presentation, peer-to-peer interaction, and facilitated group discussion about time management and productivity.
About Marua Thomas:
Maura Nevel Thomas is an award-winning international speaker and trainer on individual and corporate productivity and work-life balance, and the most widely-cited authority on attention management. Her proprietary Empowered Productivity™ System has been embraced by the likes of the U.S. Army, L’Oreal, and Dell. She is a TEDx Speaker, founder of Regain Your Time, author of six books, and was named a Top Leadership Speaker in Inc. Magazine. Maura is frequently featured in major business outlets including Business Insider, Fast Company, and Huffington Post, and she’s also a regular contributor to both Forbes and the Harvard Business Review, with articles there viewed over a million times.