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We all have the same amount of time - how do we use it? is a Course

We all have the same amount of time - how do we use it?

Mar 24 - Apr 7, 2021

$400 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Wednesday 24 March 2021, 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm

Delivery mode

Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event


This learning event is right for you if you are wanting to improve your time management and productivity.


This program will use current research and provide activities and tools to equip participants with the skills to tackle the common lament: I don’t have enough time!  Participants will explore the power of prioritising, goal setting, daily check-ins and how to identify time-wasting practices. The program utilises and includes access for 30 days to the Harvard ManageMentor® Time Management module.  This is an on-demand learning and performance support resource that delivers evidence-based material and tools that are fuelled by the latest in thinking and proven practices from Harvard Business Publishing’s world-class experts. 

This is a partnership between Independent Schools Victoria and Harvard Business Publishing, and is available for Member School only.

Harvard Business Publishing's mission to ‘improve the practice of management and its impact in a changing world’ ensures that the curation of content is credible, relevant and evidence based.

Key takeaways               

  • tools for setting priorities
  • recognition of delegation opportunities
  • meeting structures to improve effectiveness
  • analysis of current decision making processes
  • tools to assist you to plan and complete tasks.


Presenter information

Karen Milkins-Hendry 

Karen Milkins-Hendry is Dean of The Development Centre at Independent Schools Victoria. Her 26 years working in schools included leadership experience that spanned across pastoral and academic areas with extended periods as Acting Principal. This background provided valuable strategic skills and experience to bring into both the development and implementation of leadership programs. With a teaching background as broad as Specialist Mathematics and Chemistry through to VCE Theatre Studies, Karen relishes her current role of engaging with the broader educational community with a view to providing evidence-based support to the unique improvement journey of schools.