Time Mastery for Lawyers
featuring Frank Sanitate
presented by the
South Carolina Bar-Continuing Legal Education Division
Live at the
Sheraton, N. Charleston
About the Seminar
This program qualifies for 6.25 MCLE credit hours, including 2.33 LEPR credit hours.
Frank Sanitate is president of Frank Sanitate Associates, which he established in 1977. He and his firm develop and present transformational workshops for professionals and have taught tens of thousands of lawyers and other professionals since he
founded his firm. He has conducted his seminars in every state in the United States and every province in Canada. Sanitate has published Don’t Go To Work Unless It’s Fun: State-of-the-Heart Time Management.
This workshop will enable you to:
- Eliminate time stress
- Get over 100 practical ideas–at least one has to apply to you!
- Create a balance between your work life and personal life
- Work with greater productivity and satisfaction
- Comply with Code of Professional Conduct (Ethics)
8:30 a.m. Registration
8:50 a.m. Opening Remarks and Introduction of Program
9 a.m. Self-analysis: What happens to my time?
9:30 a.m. Understanding how to change–and doing it!
10 a.m. Work on what counts rather than what comes up
10:30 a.m. Mid-Morning Break
10:45 a.m. Become accountable for your time
11 a.m. Delegate–You can do it!
11:15 a.m. Plan your life
11:45 a.m. Plan your work
12 p.m. Lunch (on your own)
1:15 p.m. Stop having your work encroach on your personal time
1:30 p.m. Ethics: Client-lawyer relationship–Communication
• Work your plan: Control interruptions
• Manage the phone
• Control addictive e-mail behavior
• Communicate proactively with clients and in the office
2:45 p.m. Mid-Afternoon Break
3 p.m. Eliminate time waste in meetings
3:15 p.m. Pause for perspective, creativity and well-being
3:30 p.m. Get and stay in control of your work
3:45 p.m. Go home satisfied every day
3:55 p.m. Ethics: Client-lawyer relationship–Competence and diligence
• Get and stay organized
• Handle anxiety
• Handle incompletion: Get things done
• Handle procrastination
5 p.m. Adjourn