What: Time Management: Leading with Purpose - Advancing the Practitioner’s Professional Life (APPLe) series
Who: All SAS researchers
When: April 14th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/5:00 p.m. Pacific
Purpose: Time management surfaces as one of the key tools of an effective individual. To move Towards Leadership, this workshop develops the concept of time management designed to increase your quality of life. Effective time management establishes the relationship between what you do in your life to who you are, to what you believe in, and to the people and relationships you value most. By commanding your time, you can determine the quality of your life. This, in essence, is personal mastery and it is the key to effective interdependent leadership.
This professional development series; Advancing the Practitioner’s Professional Life (APPLe) began with a listening session that was held in late April 2015. Those who attended and/or contributed to the discussion were all University of Phoenix dissertation faculty. Those discussions were foundational in building the framework for APPLe; a professional development series aimed at the professional development of the dissertation chair and the doctoral candidates they lead. The APPLe series is purposed at becoming a storehouse of resources and professional development opportunities for University of Phoenix dissertation faculty.
The webinars presented through APPLe will count as scholarly engagement on your annual Academic Review.