WHERE DID THE TIME GO? TIME MANAGEMENT FOR ARTISTS
They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.
Time Management for Artists is designed to help you recognize and perhaps reconsider your personal concept of time. During this workshop you will gain a clear understanding of how you currently use your time in order to best determine how you really want to spend those hours available within any given day. You will receive practical management methods, skills and techniques for identifying key time wasters, setting boundaries, managing frequent distractions and interruptions, and prioritizing yourself and your artwork. Goal setting and action planning are key to time management success. In-class activities will highlight how to budget your time wisely and most effectively for you. More effective planning will enable you to spend more time doing what will ultimately lead you towards achieving your personal and professional goals and objectives.
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Judith Teitelman, Independent Consultant
Judith Teitelman brings 30 of experience in helping grass roots and mid-sized organizations and large institutions strengthen their management and resource generating capacities and effectively plan for the future. A skilled and innovative designer and facilitator of meetings and retreats, she regularly works with Boards of Directors and staff to institute positive and sustainable change within their organizations. Between 1994 and 1996, Judith served as a Planning Consultant to the National Endowment for the Arts Advancement Program. Her national consulting practice, established in 1990 and based in Los Angeles, provides a full range of services tailored to meet the unique vision and particular needs of each organization including: long-range strategic planning, needs and program assessments, meeting and retreat facilitation, nonprofit administration training, resource development, executive leadership coaching and board and staff development. In her parallel realm, Judith's first novel, "Guesthouse for Ganesha," a magical realist tale of love, loss, devotion and spirit reclaimed, is on its way to publication.
Guest RSVP will contribute to production of handouts and consultant fee.