Date: June 19th, 12-1:30pm
Location: NMC University Center Room 07 - 2200 Dendrinos Dr
Facilitator: Colleen Masterson-Bzdok
Do you feel like you never have enough time for what is important? Do you feel overcommitted and overwhelmed by everything on your plate? Do you wish you had more time to focus on learning, collaboration and your long-term goals? In an increasingly complex world, there is pressure on individuals and organizations to work differently to make progress. But how can we make time for learning and experimenting on top of an already-full schedule?
Join us for this new 3-part series to begin exploring your relationship with time, understanding common time management myths and addressing your most pervasive time management challenges. April 17th's theme is "Overcoming procrastination & perfectionism". Pack a lunch, join a supportive group of peers and take the first step toward taking control of your time and creating space for what is important to you.
Facilitated by Colleen Masterson-Bzdok.
Colleen Masterson-Bzdok is the Director of Capacity Building and Operations for Rotary Charities. She began her career as a research scientist and progressed into leadership roles in education and nonprofit management. She has over 15 years of experience working with area nonprofits as a staff member, board member, volunteer and consultant.
Working in the nonprofit sector with a focus on environment and education, Colleen led professional development opportunities for teachers, volunteers and environmental professionals as the Education Director at Inland Seas Education Association, the Education Coordinator at NMC’s Great Lakes Water Studies Institute and the Education Director at the Grand Traverse Conservation District. She also served as an Adjunct Faculty member at Northwestern Michigan College and Central Michigan University.
Colleen holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Great Lakes Studies from the University of Windsor, a Bachelor of Education in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Western Ontario and a Master of Science in Environmental Geosciences from Michigan State University.