Philadelphia, PA, October 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- For readers with endless to-do lists and more tasks than time in a day, Jones Loflin offers a practical guide to sorting out the IT (important thing) that eludes them. In this Soundview Live webinar, Getting to IT – Your Most Important Thing, Loflin cites examples from the personal to the professional, including Toyota’s recent spate of recalls for safety issues, as cautionary tales of failure to define or focus on IT. His prescription: clearly define IT, plan IT, focus on IT, and get excited about IT. Readers will appreciate this practical guide that counsels balance between the personal and professional in the process of accomplishing IT. Learn more at http://www.summary.com/track/_/Getting-to-IT-Your-Most-Important-Thing.
Drawing on skills honed as an educator, business owner, and speaker, Jones Loflin has created and conducted training programs for groups ranging from international corporations and trade associations to governmental agencies and educational institutions. Jones’ insightful programs make an impact instead of an impression because they regularly include the use of humor, powerful examples and frequent audience involvement. His client list includes Wal-Mart, Microsoft, Bridgestone, US Airways, Siemens International, Federal Express, The US Navy and a host of other international business and education-related organizations. Jones is President of Helping Others Prepare for Excellence, a business meeting the training and development needs of individuals and organizations.
Attendees will learn:
· Identify the dangers of not working on your most important things.
· Clarify your most important tasks, goals, and priorities.
· Create a plan to effectively communicate these things to those around you.
· Build a concrete plan to accomplish your important things.
· Develop work and life routines that ensure your important things get done in a timely manner.
· Leverage the benefits of reviewing your accomplishment of your most important things.
· Utilize the Making It Happen process as a leader or manager.
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Founded in 1978, Soundview pioneered the concept of distilling the key points and ideas of full-length business books into easy-to-read 8-page text and 20-minute audio summaries, helping readers maximize their time and business intelligence. They have continued to enhance the summary content with author interviews, interactive author webinars, and video interviews with executives. Soundview’s 100,000+ subscribers worldwide include CEOs, government leaders, entrepreneurs, business consultants, academics, and students. Soundview is a part of the Philadelphia, Pa.-based Concentrated Knowledge Corporation. Visit http://www.summary.com/new for more information about Soundview Executive Book Summaries.