Building strong time management skills is critical to helping your employees be effective, efficient, and feel less stressed about their time.

Nationally we lose over $750 billion to wasted time and procrastination annually. That amounts to about $10,000 per worker. On average, two hours of each workday are spent procrastinating or working very inefficiently. Procrastination is not only bad for productivity, it also causes unnecessary stress.

If you want to help your team or your employees learn the cognitive and operational skills they need to manage their time better, contact me about running a workshop for your team or speaking at your next event.

Contact me for more information or to schedule a workshop.


Prior speaking engagements

Some of the companies and institutions who have hosted a workshop or speaking engagement with Dr. Shenvi on time management in the past include:

Workshops:

  • McMaster University Program for Faculty Development, Ontario, Canada
  • UNC-Chapel Hill Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development office, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Queen’s University Department of Emergency Medicine, Ontario, Canada

Lectures:

  • The Council of Residency Directors Annual Assembly, New York City, NY
  • Brown University Department of Emergency Medicine, Brown, RI
  • Passive Income MD website, national access
  • US Acute Care Solutions Physician Scholars Program, national access
  • Ascension Genesys Emergency Medicine Group, Grand Blanc, MI
  • Cleveland Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine, Cleveland, OH
  • Mayo Clinic Department of Emergency Medicine, Rochester, MN
  • Vanderbilt University Department of Emergency Medicine, Nashville, TN
  • UNC-Chapel Hill Geriatrics Fellowship, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Princeton Women Alumni network, national access
  • Einstein medical group Department of Emergency Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
  • Select Equity Women’s Group, New York City, NY
  • Leverage and Growth Physician Summit, national access
  • Society for Academic Emergency Medicine annual meeting, national access
  • American College of Emergency Physicians Quality Improvement and Patient Safety group, national access

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