“Building a Better Life - Concrete Steps for Success”
By Joel K. Oppenheimer, PE
[4 Hour Workshop]
Thurs., Mar. 17, 2016
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
$159 - Members
$269 - Non-Members
Community College of Baltimore County
800 S. Rolling Road
Catonsville, Maryland 21228
To have a great day and a great life begins with attitude. We explore being proactive, positive and in control of your thoughts and your life. We address the importance of goal setting and how to write meaningful lifetime and daily goals. We discuss the value of time and how to manage one’s time most effectively including setting and managing priorities. We conclude by putting it all together into how a great day may look!
ATTITUDE – We explore being proactive, positive, responsible and in control. We discuss what is success and what a makes a great life. We look at what makes a good habit. We then discuss the Law of Cause and Effect, the Law of Belief, the Law of Expectation, the Law of Attraction, the Law of Correspondence, the Law of Concentration and the Law of Substitution. The overall message is change your thinking and you can change your life.
GOALS – Goal setting is the master skill of success. We discuss the importance of goal setting and value of writing down goals. We discuss how to develop major goals and corresponding detailed plans of action. We will do some exercises in which participants can write out their goals and action plans.
MANAGING PRIORITIES - Do you feel like you never have enough time to get everything done? At the end of a busy day, do you wonder if you accomplished anything important? Do you feel like you are spinning your wheels?Do you wonder what the top of your desk looks like (is it wood or metal)? This overview of time management looks at life management, setting priorities based on your goals and then offers tips to avoid wasting time. Come listen to how you can improve your life at work and at home by managing your time better.
Specifically, the time management portion will cover:
·Definition of Time
·Life Management versus life leadership
·Definition of Time Management
·Keys to Effective Time Management
·Time Management Matrix
·7 Ways to Get More Done
·Other Time Management Best Practices
PUTTING IT TOGETHER TO MAKE A GREAT DAY – We conclude by wrapping attitude, goal setting and time management together and describing what makes a great day.
7:30-8:30 Check-In and Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:45Introduction and Attitudes for Success
10:00-11:00Goal Setting for Success
11:15-12:30Managing Priorities for Success and Wrap-Up
Bio for Joel Oppenheimer, PE (STV Incorporated)
Joel joined STV as a Vice President in May 2005. He manages the STV Baltimore office of more than 120 people and oversees the Transportation Department including more than 80 people. In addition, he actively leads significant planning and design projects. Prior to STV, Joel spent 9 years as a Vice President and the Baltimore Office Manager at Jacobs Engineering growing the office to more than 50 people. He also worked at Century Engineering for 12 years and managed a 35 person Transportation Division for seven years of those years.
He is a registered Professional Engineer in Maryland and 8 other states, received his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s Degree in Engineering Administration from The George Washington University. He has more than 35 years of planning, engineering and leadership experience.
Joel developed his first Building a Better Life presentation, Time Management for Success, for a manager’s retreat in October 2003. He has since presented it internally at STV and externally to clients, universities, businesses and professional organizations. The presentation has been expanded to include “Building a Better Life – Concrete Steps to Success” which includes Attitudes for Success, Goal Setting for Success, Time Management for Success, Communicating for Success, Personal Financial Management for Success, Change for Success, Interviewing for Success and Leadership for Success. If you wish to reach Joel for more information on his Building A Better Life series for presenting to other groups, his e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Representative clients include (references available for each client):
STV University (regular presenter for different 1.25 hour lunch time presentations) – 5 lunchtime sessions presented every 6 months.
University of Maryland Honors Program (1.5 hour presentations), 2009-2012.
University of Maryland Senior Civil Engineering Capstone (1.75 hour presentation), 2006-present.
UMBC (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), 2012-13 (1 hour presentations on Goal Setting, Time Management and Interviewing for Success)
Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) Graduate Engineers Training Program (8 hours), 2009- 2011 (2 times per year), 2015 (3-all day sessions)
Maryland State Highway Administration Advanced Leadership Program (3-4 hours), 2007-present.
Maryland State Highway Administration Professional Enrichment Program (3 hours), 2011 Inauguration on 6/9/11.
Maryland Transit Administration, Construction Division & Planning Division (4 hours), 2007 to present.
Joel and his wife, Karen reside in Owings Mills, MD and have two adult children, Brad and Lauren.
Continuing Professional Competency Requirements
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2015 Conference Cancellation Policy
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