Presenter: Rita Pavone
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by deadlines and commitments? Do you constantly tell yourself that you can successfully handle multiple tasks? What are your assumptions about time management and productivity? How comfortable are you with saying “No” and/or delegating?
Our lives have become busier than ever. Not only we attempt to squeeze in as many activities as possible in our schedule; we also maintain we are able to take care of ourselves.
This webinar is not about a list of guidelines. We are about conversation and discovery as the basis for growth and change.
Join us and we will discuss the following:
1. Recognizing how much time and energy we devote to tasks
2. Setting S.M.A.R.T. goals
3. Attaining self-regulation
4. Reaching a balance between traditional communication modalities and social media
5. Working towards self understanding and self appraisal
6. Recognizing the value of adaptation and resilience
Cost: $25. This webinar is approved for 1 CE hour by CCHI, 0.1 RID CEU, and 0.1 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs with Education Registry ID 18-1382 (expires on 11/12/2020). ATA CEUs are pending.
About the presenter:
Core CHI and PhD candidate Rita Pavone has been an interpreter, a translator, and a cultural competence consultant for over 20 years. She has held the role of Program Coordinator and Speaker for the Austin Area Translators and Interpreters Association (AATIA) Interpreters Special Interest Group since 2013.
Ms. Pavone is a researcher and speaker in areas concerning ethics, business and healthcare communications, good clinical practices, policy-making, and regulations divergence resolutions.
She was among the presenters at the 2018 Tennessee Association of Professional Interpreters and Translators (TAPIT) Annual Conference on Professional Empowerment, as well as at the 2017, 2014, and 2012 Texas Association of Healthcare Interpreters and Translators (TAHIT) Symposia on Education and Healthcare Access.
Furthermore, she teaches undergraduate courses in Communications, Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Healthcare Administration, Public Speaking and other Humanities/Management. She has extensive experience in clinical trials research, foreign relations, and the legal field.