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Monthly Meeting - Gregory J. Enos Presents "Solutions for Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking""

  • 05 Dec 2013
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Bear Creek Golf Club, 3500 Bear Creek Court, Euless, TX 75261

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Thursday, December 5, 2013 – Gregory J. Enos Presents

 Solutions for Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking

 
Learning professionals are bombarded with an overwhelming amount of information on a daily basis. The challenge of dealing with demanding technology and a constant flood of data has never been greater.

This program will give participants insight into current realities and research about information overload, examine multitasking, and provide practical solutions for individual productivity enhancement. At least three interactive exercises that can be used for instructor-led programs will be provided.

Distractions, interruptions, lost productivity, and stress will be discussed. Realistic approaches to a balanced workplace will be offered.

The keys to dealing with procrastination will be shared with the audience.

Greg Enos

Greg Enos helps people look at life differently.


Thousands of working professionals have participated in his productivity workshops over the past four decades in financial services, healthcare, high technology, manufacturing, and public sector organizations. His highly interactive style of facilitation is unique. He is the author of the Investing Time Wisely and Sharpening Your Listening Skills training programs.

 

Greg served as president of the American Society for Training and Development (Bay Colonies Chapter), is past president of Projects With Industry, Inc., and is a co-founder of the Diversity Working Group. He has taught at Boston College, Brown University, Simmons College, the University of Rhode Island, and Roger Williams University.

 

He promotes listening as a critical skill, is a Certified Listening Professional and has served on the International Listening Association executive board.

Contact Greg Enos at 401-333-9050 or GregEnos@gregenos.com

Gregory J. Enos Selected Professional Presentations 

“Listening as a Key to Sales,” International Listening Association, June 22, 2013, Montreal. 

“The Truth About Multitasking and Information Overload,” Massachusetts Providers’ Council, November 28, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts. 

“Coping with Information Overload,” National Association of Women in Construction, September 26, 2012, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  

“The Truth About Multitasking and Information Overload,” American Society for Training and Development (Maine), September 18, 2012, Portland, Maine. 

“Multitasking and Listening: Reality in the Information Age,” International Listening Association, March 24, 2012, Seattle, Washington. 

“Coping with Information Overload,” International Listening Association, April 1, 2011, Johnson City, Tennessee. 

“Dynamic Listening,” International Listening Association(Northeast Regional Conference), October 16, 2010, Montclair, New Jersey. 

 “Assessing Your Path to Success: Insights from Learning Industry Leaders,” American Society for Training and Development, September 17, 2010, Albany,  New York (C. Katchmar, S. O’Lena co-presenters) 

“Listening As An Element of State Government,” International Listening Association, March 20, 2009, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

 “Sharpening Your Listening Skills,” American Society for Training and Development, November 14, 2005, Warwick, Rhode Island. 

“I Say Hello, You Say Goodbye: Communicating with People from Diverse Backgrounds,” Massachusetts Health Symposium, November 3, 2004, Worcester, Massachusetts(V. Medeiros, co-presenter). 

“The Keys to Business Performance Improvement,” Providence Business Expo, April 8, 2003, Providence, Rhode Island (M. Florio, co-presenter). 

“Increasing Productivity by Pulverizing Procrastination,” National Association of Credit Managers, September 19, 2000, Providence, Rhode Island. 

“Self-Directed Networking,” Purchasing Management Association of Boston, May 17, 1999, Bedford, Massachusetts. 

“Innovative Business Communication:  Does It Really Exist in 1998?”  International Listening Association, March 20, 1998, Kansas City, Missouri. 

“Politicians and Listening:  A Potent Combination,” International Listening Association, March 21, 1998, Kansas City, Missouri. 

“Leading A Changing Workforce,” Providence Business Exposition, March 16, 1995, Providence, Rhode Island. 

“Listening To Make Total Quality Happen,” International Listening Association, March 4, 1995, Boston, Massachusetts.

 “Real Total Quality Change:  How To Handle Results,” American Society for Quality Control Conference, March 24, 1994, Newton, Massachusetts.

 “A Practical Look At Teams,” American Society for Quality Control, March 24, 1994, Worcester, Massachusetts.

 “Building Bridges in Turbulent Times,” Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers, March 25, 1993, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 “Listening Impact In The High Technology World,” International Listening Association, March 8, 1991, Jacksonville, Florida.

 “Improving White Collar Productivity,” American Society for Training and Development (Region 1 Conference), November 5, 1990, Newport, Rhode Island  (P. Christian Cole, co-presenter).

“Listening:  A High Technology Key,” New York State Speech Communication Association, October 13, 1990, Ellenville, New York.

“Listening Improvement With High Technology Managers,” International Listening Association, March 10, 1990, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 “Increasing Productivity Through Listening,” American Society for Training and Development, October 17, 1989,  Rye Brook, New York (Dr. K.W. Watson, co-presenter).

“Listening:  A High Technology Key,” New York State Speech Communication Association, October 13, 1990, Ellenville, New York.

“Listening Improvement With High Technology Managers,” International Listening Association, March 10, 1990, Indianapolis, Indiana.

“Case Studies in Career Development Systems,” American Society for Training and Development National Conference, June 7, 1989, Boston, Massachusetts (Donald S. Gleason, co-presenter).

“Engineer Career Development,” American Society for Training and Development National Conference, June 6, 1989, Boston, Massachusetts (D.S. Gleason, co-presenter).

“Listening Training in a Fortune 100 Company,” International Listening Association, March 3, 1989, Atlanta, Georgia.

 “Individual Professional Development for Engineers and Scientists,” Aerospace Career Development Network Conference, November 5, 1987, Orlando, Florida.

“How to Incorporate Vendor Materials Into Your Training,” American Society for Training and Development, September 18, 1986, Providence, Rhode Island.

“Careers in Training and Development,” Women’s Educational and Industrial Union, March 11, 1986, Boston, Massachusetts.  

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