Do you sometimes feel like there are too many things to juggle? Too many things to remember? Are you afraid that something will slip through your busy schedule and end up not happening?
Let us introduce you to GTD. GTD stands for getting things done. It's a methodology to keep things off your mind and in a trusted system that helps you manage and prioritize the things that usually occupy your psyche. Free your mind to think about what's important and be present in the moment. You can read about it here: https://gettingthingsdone.com/
Our speaker, Alon Sabi, Senior R&D Manager at ACL, has been using GTD for a decade, and it transformed his life. Join him at ACL on Feb 13th for a session on how to get started with GTD.
Thanks ACL for hosting this event.
Feel free to invite your friends or fellow managers to join us as well.
5:30-6:00p.m. Mingle and meet new friends
6:00-7:00p.m. Talk and Q&A
7:00-7:30p.m. Tidy up and chat with your new friends
Location Note ACL is located in Downtown Vancouver. The office address is 980 Howe Street (intersection of Howe and Nelson) and the meetup will take place on the 14th floor.
Hosted by: ACL
Please RSVP if you are coming and please update promptly if your plan changes. Our "No Show" policy - we will remove you from the group if you RSVP but do not show up a few times. We hope that it would provide some fairness to our hosting company, our organizers as well as other people who got onto the wait list wanting to come to our events.
If you have a location to host our events in the future or if you would like to present in our group, please contact our organizers Vivian Lau, David Slater or Calvin Cestari. We would love to hear from you!
Are you working in the software/tech industry? Do you manage a team (or teams) of software developers? Have you ever wonder how you can be a better engineering manager? Come join this group to meet with other software managers, share your experience and resources, discuss about your challenges and learn from one another. We'll be discussing topics in engineering leadership, productivity, culture, scaling development teams and more.