ALA Conference Speaker to Highlight Effective Priority Management, Leadership Tools
The 2022 ALA Conference, set to take place at the new Austin Marriott Downtown hotel Sept. 11-13 in Austin, Texas, will feature a lineup of impressive speakers covering topics vital to succeeding in today’s business climate. From a detailed analysis of the national housing market and the associated opportunities and risks, to a how-to on creating an effective and lasting brand for your business, the speaker lineup is curated to ALA members.
Well-known management trainer and keynote speaker Eric Papp will present two breakout sessions on Tuesday, Sept. 13. The first will dive into the challenging task of managing multiple priorities. With the increase in digital communication and remote work, many of us are facing even more pressure to do more. Eric will help ALA members understand the thinking tools that can make all the difference between continued success and constant struggle. Participants will leave feeling confident and in control of having practical solutions to help them cut through complexity.
Click below to hear a preview from Eric on his upcoming ALA Conference presentations.
In his second breakout session, Eric will dive into the role of a supervisor and the everyday distractions that can impede managers from successfully achieving their primary objectives as supervisors. Eric will explore the things that lead to an imbalanced workplace among team members where performing employees have more work and less time and underperforming employees have less work and more time. Participants will leave with tools to help them develop and lead a self-managing team, which allows them to focus on what’s most important: coaching, strategic planning, and growth.
ALA Conference registration is open to all ALA members online at ALAConference.com. Members are also encouraged to book their hotel rooms in the ALA room block at the Austin Marriott Downtown as soon as possible, using the ALA link. There are a fixed number of rooms available and availability in surrounding hotels in the Austin area is expected to be limited that week.