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    Embracing Practices that Streamline Decision-Making

    Date: May 20, 2014, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Dover Downs Festival Buffet Meeting Room
    $30.00 Non-Members, $25.00 Members, $15.00 Students
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    Impacting human performance and personal productivity are vital to today’s Human Resource leadership.  Decision-making stands at the very heart of these core skills.  What we decide to focus on, prioritize, adapt, and set aside are the decisions that determine our success and accomplishment.  Science now shows us methods we can utilize to leverage brain function throughout the day to manipulate our attention, mental agility, problem-solving skills and creativity.  Whether for managing email, scheduling, planning or technology; traditional “time management” is no longer enough.  Find out how today’s most innovative organizations are now embracing practices that streamline decision-making, reduce churn and improve employee engagement.


    Barbara Bergeron is the president and principal consultant of SOS Organizational Services.  After almost 20 years of experience training organizations and coaching executives to be more productive, she has merged the latest research with traditional productivity and time management training.  The result is a new approach to how we teach business leaders to leverage time and brain power.

    Her expertise in personal productivity training throughout the nation and a cross-section of industries, places her in the unique position of drawing on their mutual challenges and successes.  Her client list includes numerous Fortune 500 organizations, such as Merck, QVC, ConAgra Foods, CertainTeed Building Materials, Shire, and Rohm and Haas.

    She served two terms on the national board of directors of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) in Chicago, IL; NAPO Golden Circle member; past president and was a 5-year board member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of NAPO.  She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Ball State University in Secondary Education.