Take Control of Your Time! 

Presented on: Wednesday, February 22nd at 12:00 PM EST

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Stressed out because there’s not enough time to get everything done? You can’t afford to miss this talk! Think you’re a whiz at multi-tasking? Spoiler alert – you’re not. Our speaker will explode the myth of multitasking and offer far more effective alternatives. You will leave this webinar armed with three simple, proven tools that will transform how you manage your time. These tools are equally effective for having an impact despite an overloaded work calendar as they are for finally doing those things you really want to do even with a hectic personal life.  

Andy Willner ’92 has been maximizing people’s productivity for decades. After leaving Binghamton, he earned additional degrees in engineering at Cornell University and National Technological University and spent more than 25 years leading new product development for major multinationals, collecting eight patents along the way. Throughout his career, he’s gone above and beyond to share what he’s learned to develop colleagues. Andy is currently Managing Director of CÆDENCE Consulting LLC. CÆDENCE has decoded years of business experience to reveal the intuition and practices of top performing teams and individuals to radically accelerate people and teams toward excellence. 

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