Whether you've attended time management presentations before, or this is your first one, in this session you'll learn what's new in brain, social science, and business research that impacts how you manage your time. You'll also learn what time management principles still work and which ones have to be revisited and revised in light of the increased presence of technology in everyone's lives. How do you get more done in less time? Is multitaking really possible? Is work-life balance achievable? If so, how? Do "to do" lists really work? What are some of the electronic programs currently available that might just transform how you manage your time including scheduling and avoiding distractions? If you want to feel empowered about how you go about getting things done, this is a session that will provide you (and your staff or team) with the skills to do just that. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. To learn the latest research from neurology, social sciences, and business that applies to time management concerns. 2. To learn about the available productivity apps and products that could improve your time management skills. 3. To review the basic time management principles that will help you improve your own productivity as well as well as how well you manage your staff. 4. To apply time management principles to make meetings that you lead or that you attend more productive. 5. To dispel the myth that multitasking works and to show how doing one thing at a time is actually more productive.