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Projects: How to Start, So You Can Finish is a Course

Projects: How to Start, So You Can Finish

Ended Jan 9, 2019


Full course description

One-time, online, 90 minute session

* Please note this session will not be recorded, you will need to attend the live session in order to learn the content. 

Full Description:

In this session, Diana Bloom will help you understand why projects don't get started, or they feel like you will never finish. Participants will learn techniques, and processes designed to complete a project on time, and as planned. Attendees will learn how to eliminate the overwhelming feeling that projects create, and how to plan, and execute a project successfully from start to finish.

This Course is for:
All professionals.

Course Meets:

  • Online
    • Wednesday, January 9th,  12:00pm - 1:30pm EST / 9:00am - 10:30pm PST 
Instructor Bio:
Productivity and Efficiency Coach Diana Bloom travels throughout the United States teaching take-away actionable systems to achieve higher productivity and efficiency in all areas of an organization. Diana spends her summers as Head Counselor at URJ Camp Coleman in Cleveland, Georgia supervising 7 unit heads who oversee 80+ bunk staff and over 400 campers per session. Participants around the country have gained knowledge and tools during her seminars, conference workshops, and executive coaching sessions that have enabled them to immediately implement permanent changes in their personal and professional lives. Her techniques are presented in a manner that can be quickly understood with measurable results. Diana’s humorous, engaging and straightforward training style has assisted thousands of people achieve dramatic change in their lives. Her workshops and executive coaching sharpen delegation, improve project management, strengthen communication and eliminate mistakes, while creating a Totally Accountable culture.Diana grew up in Rockville Centre, Long Island and graduated from Binghamton University with a BA in judaic Studies. Diana earned her Master of Arts degree in Jewish History from NYU where she attended as a Fellow of the Skirball Center.

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