Manage Your Energy and Not Your Time to Improve Work-Life Effectiveness

Many professionals often focus too much energy on time management, which is important but may come at the expense of energy management. Time is a finite resource, but energy can cycle and build and be restored if you take care of yourself. Managing your energy rather than your time is a critical factor in good work-life effectiveness, especially as we think about performance and productivity both in and out of the workplace. Join Michelle Carlstrom, senior director of Work, Life and Engagement, to discuss strategies to manage your energy and leverage its power to revolutionize your professional and personal lives.

Thursday, Oct. 6, Johns Hopkins at Eastern, noon to 1 p.m.

Parking is free at Johns Hopkins at Eastern. In addition, the Johns Hopkins Shuttle makes frequent runs between campuses. For more information on shuttle schedules, visit the Transportation Services website.

Register online or call 443-997-7000 . Visit the Work, Life and Engagement website for information about upcoming workshops and other programs.