Overwhelmed by the number of apps that can help you stay organized or book your flight?
On-demand Webinar | (Recorded)
Overwhelmed by the number of apps that claim to help you stay organized or book your flight? Need a primer on how to use your smartphone for more than checking email and catching up on Facebook? With all this technology at your fingertips, learn how to maximize your use of the tools available to make you a more informed and efficient employee, especially when it comes to managing meetings.
- Discuss different apps to help increase your productivity.
- Identify new pieces of technology that can help you manage your meetings more efficiently.
- Identify how to evaluate tools for your work habits and evaluate which are more helpful to you.
- Discuss project management philosophies to find the ones that will work best for you.
Bonus Handout: Using Technology to Become More Productive
Hot Tip: Chunk your time – Instead of getting distracted by every little email or notification, find ways to focus on a single project or set of tasks at a time so you can be productive while having clear expectations of deadlines.
About Liz Caruso: Liz is an event planning superhero by day, and closeted tech geek and introvert by night. Distraught by the thought of everyday civilians being conquered by spreadsheets, she resolved to re-channel her organizational and tech-savvy superpowers and launched Liz King Events while still running events full time for Columbia University. Liz voraciously shared content on event best practices via social media and quickly became a thought leader/influencer amongst her peers. Her hopes of being an incognito event superhero went down the drain as her cover was blown once she started making cameos on lits like "Successful Meetings list of 25 Most Influential People in the Meetings Industry" for two years in a row and "Connect Magazine's list of 40 Under 40 Up-and-Coming Event Planners in 2011". Liz now comfortably wears her cape and employs her superpowers to help entrepreneurs/brands like Claudia Chan and Ramit Sethi plan smart, tech-savvy events to better engage their attendees.