AYP & IML – Lunch & Learn: Time Management Tips | June

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Lunch & Learn: Time Management Tips

We all feel like we need more time in our day. According to a recent study by DDI, 9 out of 10 people feel stressed at work. Not having enough time to get everything done was listed as one of the primary reasons behind this stress. To remedy this, we need to take control and focus our efforts on what matters most. Time management is essential for all roles and levels of responsibility. This short taster session will provide you with tips and techniques to make better decisions and prioritise your work so you can be more effective with your time in the workplace.

  • Understand how to prioritise activities effectively
  • Optimise your productivity
  • Avoid procrastination and get s**t done

We are thrilled to have Nick Everitt from the Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia & New Zealand (IML ANZ) with Auckland Young Professionals (AYP) as we discover how managing time wisely can revolutionise your life. This event will unleash practical tips, tools, and insights. Don’t let time slip away – seize control for a more balanced and fulfilling journey!

We are partnering with the Institute of Managers and Leaders, a non-profit organisation providing industry-leading solutions to shape professionals into the best managers and leaders they can be over the last 80 years. Find out more about IML here.

Join us at Generator, Britomart Place, Auckland CBD and use this opportunity to a have meaningful conversation with a seasoned leader and other young professionals.

Limited space is available, so book your slot HERE, and will see you there!


Event Statement

The Committee is dedicated to ensuring its events are safe for all attendees. The Committee takes a zero tolerance approach to harassment and discrimination for any reason, including but not limited to sex, gender, gender identity or expression, employment status, race, ethnicity, disability, age, religion, or pregnancy. If you feel unsafe at the event for any reason, please advise any member of the committee present or reach out to the dedicated safety contact details provided on the AYP website.