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Understanding the Difference Between the Ability to Multitask and the Preference to Multitask

  • Wednesday, January 08, 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • C'Mon Inn - Fargo, ND


  • Regular monthly lunch meetings.

Registration is closed
Brian will be introducing the concepts of polychronicity to distinguish between the action of multitasking, and the behavioral traits associated with multitasking.  While the economy continues to struggle, organizations are continuously having to ask employees to do more with less of their time.  This training will increase the awareness of polychronic traits, help identify positions that require these traits, and develop better techniques for working within a polychronic driven environment.

Brian is currently a doctoral student in the Adult and Occupational Education program at North Dakota State University.  He has presented locally and nationally on research on the relationship between people with polychronic tendencies and their preference of online or face-to-face meetings.  He has been a guest instructor at Texas State University and has conducted research on polychronic tendencies.
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