Recently, I presented a speech at the Project Management Institute Southern Caribbean Chapter on the topic of what project managers should do to reduce the risk of low time management skills in their teams.
It wasn’t a speech directed at Time Advisers, although I did encourage the project managers in attendance to assist their teams in developing their skills. I did make some points, however, that could be useful to time advisers because sometimes project managers become clients and trainees.
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I’m happy to say that a long period of collaboration with Janice Russell has produced it’s first output – a special report for coaches, consultants, professional organizers and trainers.
It’s called The 8 Fatal Assumptions that Time Advisers Make.
As a free download, we share some of the mistakes that we see people in our profession make again and again leaving them (and their clients) frustrated, dispirited and resigned.
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Also, if you’d like to discuss the contents of the report, please visit us over at our new forum at my book’s website – search for the topic related to Time Advisers. See you there!