Keeping "First Things First":The Secret to Real Productivity

Date & Time
Tuesday, April 15
12:45-3:30 p.m.
Registration starts at 12:30 p.m.

Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio
A detailed map will be sent to each registrant before the seminar

$35.00 CAMLS libraries
$42.00 Non-library staff from member's organizations
$70.00 Non-members
Sponsored by CAMLS and Case Western Reserve University Libraries. This satellite seminar was developed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Quality Learning Services. CAMLS would like to thank Ray E. Metz for making all the arrangements at CWRU.
How are you at keeping "first things first?" Do you find that short-term solutions end up becoming long-range problems? How effectively do you acquire and use new information? Do you find yourself doing "second things" at the expense of the crucial "first things?" Then this satellite seminar is for you. Roger Merrill from the Covey Leadership Center will define how you can personally and organizationally:

A. Roger Merrill is founding vice president with Covey Leadership Center, Inc., one of the world’s premier leadership development authorities. Founded by Stephen R. Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Covey Leadership Center’s client portfolio includes over half of the Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Merrill has worked with many of the world’s most respected organizations, government agencies and small and up-and-coming enterprises. Along with Mr. Covey, Mr. Merrill and his wife Rebecca authored First Things First. His other credits include Connections, Quadrant II Time Management and contributory work on Principle-Centered Leadership.
Intended Audience
Individuals in all types of organizations who want to increase their effectiveness and use of learned information.
  • Learn more, faster, and apply this knowledge more effectively

  • Improve judgement skills

  • Keep "first things first" at work and at home

  • Rapidly process and use relevant information regularly, rather than randomly

  • Apply new learning to increase your effectiveness