Presented on: April 24th at 1:30 PM CDT
How many times have you thought, “There’s just not enough hours in the day!” By learning to manage your time more effectively, it’s almost like you’re adding those extra hours! Studies have shown that the average American worker currently wastes approximately 32 percent of their time on the job and wasted time reduces productivity. In this course, you’ll learn easy and applicable ways to get more out of your day, starting now!
This Hilltoppers at Work Webinar is made possible through a partnership between the WKU Alumni Association and WKU Continuing & Professional Development. If you are looking for professional development or non-credit training for your workforce, please visit our website at wku.edu/cpd for more information.
About our Presenter:Dr. Aaron W. Hughey is a University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs at Western Kentucky University, where he oversees the graduate degree program in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Before joining the faculty in 1991, he spent 10 years in progressive administrative positions, including five years as the Associate Director of University Housing at WKU. He was also head of the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs for five years before returning to the faculty full-time in 2008. Dr. Hughey has degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Western Kentucky University, and Northern Illinois University. He has authored (or co-authored) over 70 refereed publications on a wide range of issues including student learning and development, leadership, standardized testing, diversity, crisis management, and educational administration. He regularly presents at national and international conferences and consults extensively with companies and schools. Dr. Hughey also provides training programs and webinars on a number of topics related to leadership, project management, high functioning teams, communication, and conflict, as well as technical topics such as six sigma and statistical process control.