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Work Smarter, Not Harder

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Are you tired of feeling like you have too much to do and not enough time to do it? So many of us can relate to feeling overwhelmed—particularly in the philanthropic sector, where there is a culture of doing more with less.

How can you release some pressure and create more space to work on what is most important to you and your organization? SPOILER ALERT: It is NOT about doing more; it is actually about doing less—to allow you to focus on what matters most.

Collaborator and strategist Rachel Myers, who brings more than 23 years of experience working on all sides of philanthropy, will be talking with special guests about how you and your team can take back your time—and take on your biggest priorities!

You’ll gain tangible tips and resources about:

  • Prioritization
  • Creating great meetings
  • Leveraging technology

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can better serve your mission (and yourself) by working smarter, NOT harder.

Also preview additional opportunities and resources we’ll offer as part of our Work Smarter, Not Harder content series!

About the Author

Rachel has more than 23 years of experience working on all sides of philanthropic organizations, including 12 years as an executive director and nine years on the staff at her local community foundation. She also served as a board member for her local library for 11 years. Having the unique opportunity to work as an executive director, staff member, and volunteer board member has provided Rachel with unique insights into how teams in philanthropic organizations can effectively collaborate to make a real difference for their community. As a consultant and collaborator, Rachel offers expertise in strategic assessment, meeting planning and facilitation, board training, communications strategy, developing planned giving programs, strengthening organizational culture, and more. Rachel is passionate about creating systems and leveraging tools that help us all to work smarter, so we can focus our time and attention on what matters most.

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