A brand new year is ahead and WBOC wants to help you make it the best year yet! Our Step Into Success mission continues on January 6 with the dynamic guest speaker, Diana Wolgemuth, from Dale Carnegie of CNY. Join us for this strategic 2016 kick-off program: Maximize, Manage & Prioritize Your Time.
Everyone gets the same number of minutes in each day. Yet some people are continuously more productive and successful than others. We’ll take a closer look at where we are spending our time and what steps we can take to run a more effective and productive work schedule.
On January 6, expect to dive right into the following areas of successful time management:
1. Do Our Activities Support Our Mission?
2. Tyranny of the Urgent
3. Time Robbers and Obstacles to Effective Time Management
4. Tools and Tips for Effective Time Management
5. 4 Work Habits That Can Help
Now is the time to step right into a productive and successful 2016! Register today!
Director of Professional Development
Dale Carnegie of CNY
Diana serves as the Director of Professional Development for Dale Carnegie Training of CNY. She joined the company in February 2009. Diana has received several awards with Dale Carnegie and was a Silver Award Recipient for four consecutive years (2009 – 2013). This award is given for Top Sales Growth and consistent independent production of over $300,000.00.
Prior to joining Dale Carnegie, Diana was employed as the Learning and Development Manager at Hand Held Products (now known as Honeywell) for seven years. Prior to that, she worked at Welch Allyn for 13 years in sales, international sales, customer service and medical contracts.
Diana has delivered programs for numerous local organizations throughout Central New York. She is Past President of the Board of Directors for the CNY Chapter of American Society of Training and Development, and currently serves as the Executive Chair for the Board of Directors at CNY Works. Diana makes her home in Baldwinsville, NY with her husband Mark. Her 23 year old twins, Amanda & Zachary recently graduated and are now pursuing their professional careers.