Learn about the Relationship between Personality Style and Time Management


Think personality types have nothing to do with time management? Wrong! According to professional speaker and time management expert, Pam Vaccaro, types of personality have everything to do with time management style. For more than a decade, Pam has been teaching professionals across the country how to identify and capitalize on the concept of time management personality types for reduced friction among co-workers and increased productivity and customer service.

Based on the Enneagram personality model, Pam contends that the relationship between personality style and time management results from the way that each of the nine Enneagram personality types view "time well spent." For instance, a style that appreciates knowledge would place high value on an activity like research, whereas types that value relationships might rate such a solitary interest much lower.

Identify the Time Management Personality Types at Play in your Workspace

Pam strongly believes that each personality type requires different techniques and interventions to create an appropriate work-liife balance between personality style and time management. The first step in this process is to identify your own particular style, and then learn how to identify the various time management personality types of your colleagues. Book Pam's Managing Your Time with Style presentation today to get the ball rolling. You'll be glad you did!

About Pam

Pam Vaccaro is a nationally recognized professional corporate speaker, trainer, and productivity coach, who challenges the traditional perception of "time management" in the workplace. Pam urges organizations to reevaluate their time management style in response to the technological changes that have influenced the workplace and the ability to stay on task.

As a respected motivational speaker for leading companies like Anheuser-Busch, Marriott hotels and the Mayo Clinic, Pam has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience. Pam regularly contributes articles to varying types of national publications including Good Housekeeping, Redbook and Family Practice Management, and has earned recognition for her speaking style and innovate approach from the National Speakers Association.