Immersions in Time, Prioritization, & Chaos 2018-09-13T18:52:37+00:00

Immersions in Time, Prioritization,
& Chaos, A 3-Part Webinar Series

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WebEd Series Summary

October 16, 2018 | October 23, 2018 | October 30, 2018 | Starting at 2:00 PM EST

AGC’s Construction Leadership Council presents a new AGC WebEd series to assist emerging professionals in the A/E/C industry hone in on day-to-day skills that will help take their career to the next level. Learn how effective time management, project prioritization and managing chaos aids your ability to effectively manage and take control of your day and projects.

Membership Status AGC Member Bundle Rate
Bundle Price $79 $99
Prices include all three WebEds
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Time Management for the Young Professional:
Tricks and Tools to Take Back Control of Your Time

October 16, 2018 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST

If you constantly find yourself out of time, don’t drown your sorrows in old Rolling Stones songs. Attend this AGC WebEd to learn basic time management tools and skills. Take control of your time – don’t let it manage you.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Identify their time management strengths and weaknesses
  • Review techniques for managing time
  • Identify ways to maneuver avoidable interruptions

Jack Hedrick-Lightfoot, President

Master of Science in Teaching, Learning, & Leadership, Oklahoma State University
Bachelor of Science in Career & Technical Education, Oklahoma State University

Areas of Expertise: Organizational Development, Executive Leadership Development, Strategic Planning, DACUM/SCID Process-Task Analysis, Change Management, Poverty Simulation

Jack has more than twenty years of experience with education and leadership development. He has served as the Director of Learning and Development for the third largest Native American Tribe in the United States where he oversaw a staff of fifteen people and offered over 6,000 training courses per year. He was recognized as a Finalist for Teacher of the Year by the American Hotel & Lodging Association, received the Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) For-Credit Program Award for his work on Choctaw University, and was awarded Oklahoma Association of Career and Technical Education New Professional Award. As a product of Career and Technical Education, Jack is passionate about helping all people achieve their goals. He grew up in poverty, divorce, living in rural America and understands the importance of education and goal setting. He holds several certifications including an Oklahoma Teaching Certificate in Trade and Industrial Education. Jack holds a Master’s Degree in Teaching, Learning, and Leadership.

I’d Sure Hate to Break Down Here:
Project Prioritization

October 23, 2018 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST

Have you ever been on a road trip and broke down in the middle of nowhere? It really compares to breaking down in the center of a big work project – but your career and financial life are on the line.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Develop a plan for tackling tasks
  • Simplify projects through task management
  • Use tools to prioritize current projects

Kelly Johnson, Vice President & Senior Learning Officer

Master of Science in Adult and Occupational Education, Oklahoma State University
Bachelor of Science in Business Education, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Areas of Expertise:  Leadership Development, Agribusiness, Coaching & Mentoring, Entrepreneurship, Youth Development, Nonprofit Management, Personal Finance

Kelly Johnson holds a Master’s Degree in Occupational and Adult Education from Oklahoma State University.  She focuses her time on research and training in leadership development, but has broad range of training toward customer service, financial planning, business planning and developing relationships.  Her leadership philosophy is that anyone can be a leader, even without a title.  But having a title does not make you a leader.

Managing Chaos:
A Lesson from US Airways Flight 1549

October 30, 2018 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST

Have you ever been on a road trip and broke down in the middle of nowhere? It really compares to breaking down in the center of a big work project – but your career and financial life are on the line.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Simplify projects through task management
  • Develop a plan for tackling tasks
  • Use tools to prioritize current projects

Elisa Howie, THRP, Training Consultant

Bachelor of Arts in History, Northern Illinois University

Areas of Expertise:  Banking Industry, BrainStylesÒ, DiSCÒ Personality Profile, Conflict Management, Job/Task Analysis, Native American Governance, Native American Gaming, Compliance

Lisa Howie brings more than thirty years of experience in working with corporate and tribal governance.  She has been a Branch Manager for a large regional bank, worked as Director of Training for Casino Operations, and most recently works as a Senior Project Manager for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma’s Commerce Division.  Lisa holds many training certifications including the BrainStylesÒ and DiSCÒ Personality Profile.