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IncubatorCTX to Host Time-Management Virtual Workshop

April 05, 2021
IncubatorCTX Speaker Series, Tooran Khosh

[Written by IncubatorCTX]

IncubatorCTX, an entrepreneurial hub located on the beautiful Concordia University Texas campus, is hosting a virtual workshop on time management. Tooran Khosh will present "Invest in Your Time — An Intentional Mindset."

You're invited to join us for the workshop on Wednesday, April 7, at 12:30-1:30 p.m. Purchase your tickets today.

Invest in Your Time

Your time is a valuable investment. Just like an investment portfolio where you manage risks, rewards, stocks, funds, etc., you want to ensure that your portfolio of time has the right balance.

How can you achieve the right balance? You have to be intentional about how you spend your time.

In this workshop, you will explore various time-management topics, and Khosh will help you develop an action plan to manage and protect your time.

This workshop is beneficial for everyone because of the range of topics:

  • Working remotely while staying connected with family and friends
  • Managing time throughout the day
  • Identifying most productive hours in the day
  • Focusing on one thing instead of multitasking
  • Strategically managing interruptions

Meet the Presenter: Tooran Khosh

Tooran Khosh is a project management expert who has extensive experience across industries, specializing in cross-functional teams that manage multiple projects. Throughout her career, Khosh has worked on a portfolio of projects with a total value of around $1.5 billion.

She holds a collection of professional certifications, including professional engineer (P.E.), project management professional (PMP) and more.

Khosh is a frequent presenter, author of more than a dozen publications and co-author of white papers on a variety of project and time-management topics, including continuous improvement to drive business success through people, performance, processes and product methodology.

Khosh joined the adjunct faculty team at Concordia University Texas in 2009. In addition to teaching, she leads the project portfolio management for the College of Business & Communication, providing professional development training and workshops.