School, job, violin practice, friends, homework, sports and family! It’s overwhelming and even for the most organized teen, and not much fun to figure out how to get it all done. This course will introduce you to a bunch of tools that can make it easier. At first we’ll find out what is really important to YOU, and how to cope with the other stuff. We’ll also explore how you can leverage the way you learn to be more effective in time management. Then we get to the nuts and bolts, and talk about calendars. Finally you’ll learn a few ways to not procrastinate. You’ll leave with a draft plan for your next week, using the tools that you found work best for how you think. Please have available how you track your week to class.
Maria Kieslich has been working on projects and in operations of startups for more than 20 years. Mentoring young adults in the fundamentals of time and project management has been one of the more rewarding aspects of her professional time. In addition, she has experience adapting traditional methods for various learning styles, having worked with teens with learning disabilities in her personal life. She is a certified Project Management Professional and Scrum Master and holds an MBA in Finance from Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Maria has lived in Lexington 23 years with her husband and daughter.