David Kaiser, on high-value tasks vs low-value tasks. Knowing what to choose, and how to say NO.
David Kaiser, PhD, ACC is an Executive Coach and Relationship Coach. His areas of expertise include Time Management and Productivity, Managing Conflict, Leadership, Innovation and Creativity, Living a Passionate and Spiritual Life, and Personal Branding and Marketing. His clients are typically either executives at small consulting firms, or female executives who are tired of being "men" at work and want to recast their career to better match their lives. You can learn more about him at www.DarkMatterConsulting.com or follow him at @DarkMatterCon, FaceBook.com/DarkMatterConsulting or GooglePlus.
Anne Fisher talks with two experts, Deborah Brown-Volkman and GMP’s own David Kaiser, about how to stay calm and effective and do your best, even when the company or the economy is on a roller coaster.
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