Raise your hand if you’ve found yourself being controlled by your schedule and not the other way around. You’re not alone! As a small shop (or big shop), it’s crucial to understand how to be efficient with your time while understanding the systems that will lead you to create a sustainable impact in your organization.
You can expect to be reminded of some things you already know, learn a few things you didn’t know, and walk away with a renewed sense of control over your time.   In this workshop, you’ll learn:
• 4 systems of time management
• Tips for balancing your digital and analog systems
• Why it’s all about your habits
• How to reclaim more time in 2023
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Speaker Rachel Bearbower
Rachel Bearbower is a fundraiser, former ED, and founder. She is the host of the Sprout Podcast and is building a community of small shop Executive Directors inside her membership, SproutED. Her work stems from struggling inside an underfunded, limited-resource, systemless organization despite working countless hours. With the combination of never having enough time and feeling isolated as a leader of a small shop organization, burnout was inevitable. A story that's not unique inside the nonprofit sector. Rachel believes in reclaiming your time to create better relationships with donors and raise more for the mission you love while creating a sustainable impact. You can find her on Instagram at @smallshopstrategies, on LinkedIn or her website at www.smallshopstrategies.com.
Host Ann Fellman
As the CMO for Bloomerang, Ann is responsible for the company's marketing and thought leadership programs to strengthen relationships with the nonprofit community. Ann brings more than 24 years of technology marketing experience, including time at the Minnesota High Tech Association. Prior to Bloomerang, Ann was an independent marketing consultant for B2B SaaS businesses, served as Senior Vice President of Marketing at Code42, and was named one of the “Top Women Leaders in SaaS of 2018.”