You Are Invited: Managing Management Time™ One- Day Seminar
Monkey Business ManagementHold the date — Friday, November 9th, 2007.
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The William Oncken Corporation will be conducting The Managing Management Time ™ One-Day Seminar, in Arlington, Virginia.
Bill Oncken will explore the question, Can Managers Control Events?
Are you running out of time…while your staff runs out of work?
How can the leader get more discretionary management time?
If your management skills need to be sharpened — join us for the day.
WHO Managers who need to get in control of events or to better influence results
WHY Improve managerial effectiveness
WHAT Managing Management Time™.
WHEN Friday, November 9, 2007, 8am to 5pm
WHERE 901 N. Glebe Rd, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22203
FEE $595. Please make check payable to “The William Oncken Corporation”
Purchase Orders and credit cards accepted.
The seminar is often called “The Monkey Management Class”
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