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Welcome to week 32 2021. Join us every week as we explore community, education, and support resources to help you get your company off the ground.
Topic 9. Grow Your Business with KPIs
Get More Done Trailer
When you start a business you sign yourself up to be challenged and stretched in ways you never imagined. This endeavor will teach you about your strengths and weaknesses, and it will show you where you need to reach out and get assistance so you can continue to deliver results. These videos will provide you with some helpful tips to use productivity tools and systems to get more done.
Would you spend a minute to save an hour? Probably. Yet many people don’t. Invest time and think about how to be organized. It has a great payoff not only for your company but for you personally as well. This segment takes you through how being organized can make a meaningful impact on what you can get done.
It may not sound like a big deal, but how you process your email sends a message to the sender, a message about your organizational skill, priorities, and discipline. This video will take you through some helpful how-to’s to manage your inbox so that you’re not only responsive, but you’re able to manage and delegate the tasks that come through your email.
Putting task management at the center of your work system can help you clear your mind, guard your time, focus your attention, and reduce your anxiety. This video walks you through some processes you can use to manage the tasks you deal with daily.
This Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology professor is creating positive change with her efforts to inspire more Hoosier women, who may not fit the stereotype of an engineer, to consider making that career choice to enter into the engineering industry.
The IWiT Summit is a half-day event with discussions focused on the pulse of the tech community presented by prominent male and female leaders. There will be keynote speakers, moderated panel discussions, and intentional dialogue around this year’s theme: