Strategic Time Management: Balancing Focus, Meetings, and Self-Care in Your Calendars
Time Management: Balancing Focus Time, Meetings, and Self-Care in Your Calendar
Do you ever feel like you're not in control of your own schedule? Balancing work, meetings, and self-care seems like a delicate dance, and it's never been more crucial to keep our lives on track (and our sanity intact).
If time manages you instead of the opposite, this is the one meeting worth adding to your busy schedule to bid the overwhelm goodbye.
Join us for a Leadership Roundtable led by Ariel White to unravel the riddles of crafting a balanced calendar.
We'll dive into:
The art of task prioritization and how you stay focused on what truly matters.
The age-old question: Are meetings worth it, or should it be an email or a quick call?
Getting the most out of your meetings without adding too much to your plate (which is already full).
The vital role of self-care in your daily schedule (for those who refuse to wear their "busy" as a badge of honor).
About Ariel White
Ariel White is the City Director for WNORTH Victoria with over a decade of marketing and communications experience. Specializing in strategy development, media engagement, and content distribution, she has worked in diverse sectors like open-source intelligence, mental health, passive solar construction, cleantech/climatech, data governance and healthtech. Ariel has been instrumental in the launch and acquisition phases of multiple startups and SMEs. Additionally, she co-facilitates the WNORTH Marketing and Communications Forum, supporting women with strategic and marketing challenges. Ariel's strong emphasis on psychological safety, trauma-informed leadership, and people-first management makes her a sought-after speaker and workshop leader, focusing on enhancing empathy in leadership for more effective teams. When she's not at work, she can be found trail running, surfing, or in a tent on the side of a mountain or a beach somewhere—gratefully and respectfully exploring the traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples.
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