4:30 pm (Room C113)
Conquering Your Time Management and Organization Challenges
Presented by Bob Arzt, Business and Sales Coach
Have you ever said to yourself:
- There’s not enough time in the day to get everything done
- My to-do list is out of control, it just keeps getting longer and longer/li>
- I’d delegate more if I only had the time to do it
- I’m working longer and harder than even, yet I’m not seeing enough positive payoffs for my efforts
- If you can relate to any of these statements, you’re not alone.
Come to this workshop if you want to:
- Identify your time wasters
- Eliminate distractions
- Learn how to focus on the highest and best use of your time
- Create systems to delegate effectively
And much more…
About Bob Arzt:
Bob is President of Polaris One and Insurance Coach U and sits on the Board of Directors of the Alameda Chamber of Commerce. He coaches business owners and financial services professionals who want to achieve more in their professional and personal life. His company specializes in partnering with individuals, entrepreneurs and companies in the financial services industry to increase sales, customer loyalty, producer retention, and personal productivity. Bob brings 30 years of experience in these areas.
Bob is the author of What Every Salesperson Knows, a no nonsense guide to sales success and the creator of an online program, The Time Management Boot Camp.
Bob has contributed articles to many industry publications, including Advisor Today, Super Annuity Producer, Producers Web, and the GAMA International Journal. A seasoned presenter, Bob has spoken nationally on goal setting, training and leadership at company and insurance industry meetings and conferences.
Financial Resources for Small Businesses (Room C113)
Facilitated by Debbie Potter, Community Development Director, City of Alameda
Cheryl Hayes, VP SBA Business Development Officer, Bank of the West
Jim Britto, Business Service TRepresentative, AC Hire
Lee Lambert, Director, Small Business Development Center
The workshop will present some financial tools available for starting or expanding a small business, or hiring new employees. The panelists will discuss how these pragmatic tools may be applied to different types of businesses and scenarios.