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Leaders face an increasing set of demands. From overflowing email inboxes to never ending personal task lists to the ever-blurring boundary between work and home, time and energy constrains can derail success.
In this webinar, Thunderbird School of Global Management's Ted Cross reviews concrete strategies for creating practical limits, prioritizing tasks and leveraging technology to save time and be more productive at work and home.
Ted Cross is a clinical assistant professor of leadership and management, as well as the director of the Online Master of Applied Leadership and Management program at the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Cross brings his expertise in leadership and higher education innovation to his teaching and administrative roles. Previously, he was the deputy chief of staff at EdPlus and a University Innovation Fellow in ASU's Office of University Initiatives, a special projects unit of the Office of the President. Before coming to ASU, Cross held faculty and leadership positions at Grand Canyon University.
Cross earned a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University, a Master of Arts from Arizona State University, an Master of Science in Education from The University of Pennsylvania, a doctorate from Pepperdine University, and a post-graduate certificate from The Wharton School of Business.