The Time and Energy Advantage

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How Women leaders can free up precious time and energy for what matters

 A live workshop where you'll discover simple elegant systems and tackle hands-on exercises to free up precious time and energy.

Release the stranglehold time has on your day-to-day. Ensure you are fit for purpose, able to make the positive impact that only you can make in your corner of the world.

Thursday 21 March at 5pm GMT (1:00pm EST)

Whilst many women leaders complain about not having enough time in a day, time is not the only scarce resource. Energy is equally important and why the focus of this workshop is on reclaiming both your time and energy. As well as learning how to free up at least 10 hours a week, you'll adopt a few tried and tested strategies for protecting your time and energy.

It's time to call Time Out and ease the pressure on your precious time and energy.

What You WILL discover on this Free Workshop

Assess Seize your Day Protect

Step #1: Assess

A simple time audit reveals how much, or how little, of your time is invested in what really matters to you.

Step #2: Seize your Day

Take back control of your diary by acknowledging the important role your energy plays in performing at your best. Scheduling by energy is key to freeing up time.

Step #3: Protect

Discover simple, elegant systems to protect your time and energy, whatever stresses and pressures you may be under at work and at home.

Your Host, Dr Almira Ross

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Almira is a certified, award winning coach, author and NLP master practitioner who encourages women leaders to connect with their innate feminine power and lead authentically.

She trained as an electrical engineer and enjoyed a successful 25 year career in information technology, rising to the top of her profession.  She knows first hand the pressures and stresses that come as 'normal'  for high-powered senior leaders.  She knows too, the mental, physical and emotional strain that can have on a woman -- her health, her relationships, her emotional and mental wellbeing.

When she left the corporate world, Almira chose to forge a second career as a woman's leadership coach. In this capacity she has helped women create a healthy work-life balance and encouraged them to step fully into their power and transform their work environment into a healthy, inclusive workplace that enables everyone to flourish.

She has coached hundreds of women, taking them through powerful leadership programmes that have transformed their lives - at home and at work.  With improved relationships, renewed energy and confidence, her clients live their purpose, and truly lead the change they want to see in their world.