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Managing Me

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Most CFA Charterholders today struggle keeping up with the flood of "stuff" in their world (e-mails, phone calls, meetings, reports, and commitments) that far exceed their mental and emotional capacities.  As a result of this flood, they lose track of their goals and experience stress, worry, and guilt – and are far less productive than they could be. 

The Managing Me (MM) workshop takes the latest research about personal productivity, makes it practical, and creates an engaging experience that helps people apply the life-changing principles. MM teaches six foundational skills that people need to succeed in today's knowledge intensive world. Our research shows that people who develop these six skills will be more focused on the right priorities, meet their commitments more faithfully, have a greater sense of accomplishment about both personal and professional goals, improve relationships at home and work, reduce stress, worry, and guilt, be healthier emotionally, mentally, and physically -- and get more "good things" done. 

Professor Hill has provided the Managing Me workshop for thousands of people at hundreds of organizations such as Americas' SAP Users' Group (about 200 IT professionals), Associations North (about 100 people), Best Buy (demand management team), Best Buy (supply chain executive leadership retreat), Boston Scientific (process improvement leaders), Cargill (new product development leaders), Carlson Companies, Carlson School of Management, Ceridian, G&K Services, General Mills, Goodwill/Easter Seals (top 200 leaders), Habitat for Humanity, Home Depot, IMD International, Imperial Plastics (leadership team), Imperial Plastics (Mora plant leadership team), Kemps (all executives and all managers), LeadingAge Minnesota Annual Meeting (about 150 CEOs), Medical Alley Association (executive leadership), MISO, MTS Systems (IT leadership team), NFP Corporate Services, Prime Therapeutics, Red Wing Shoes (senior executive team), University of Minnesota (many student groups, faculty meetings, staff meetings, MBA/MS orientation sessions and dinner), and the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire (large student group).

The MM seminar is supported by a 15-minute on-line Managing Me skill assessment survey.  This assessment can be found at  Professor Hill provides a 22-page benchmark report to all respondents.

11:30 am - check-in & networking
12:00 pm - lunch, speaker presentation & Q&A
1:00 pm - event concludes

About the Speaker:


Professor Art Hill has a passion for understanding how people and organizations can improve.  The Managing Me workshop is the product of that passion and over 30 years of research, teaching, and consulting.  He has taught executives through universities on four continents – including IMD International (Lausanne Switzerland), Wits University (South Africa), the National University of Singapore, Eastern International University (Vietnam), and the Moscow Institute of Management.  He has been a consultant for over 100 organizations, including 3M, Nestle, Medtronic, Honeywell, Wells Fargo, and Winnebago.  He was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Operations Management, the world's leading research journal on productivity and quality.  Professor Hill is the John and Nancy Lindahl Professor for Excellence in Business Education and the Academic Director of the Carlson Consulting Enterprise in Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.  Until recently, he was the Associate Dean for MBA Programs in the Carlson School.

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Society; Career; Social/Networking; Educational

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Start Time

1/17/2019 11:30 AM

End Time

1/17/2019 1:00 PM





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United States

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​121 South 8th Street, Suite 200
Marquette Room (Skyway Level)
Minneapolis, MN 55402​​​


Professor Art Hill

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