|Dr. Jan Yager is able to deliver speeches
(keynote addresses) on effective time management, to consult, to conduct
half-day or full-day seminars, or to write about these topics.
CREATIVE TIME MANAGEMENT FOR THE NEW
( Hannacroix Creek Books, 1999; trade paperback;
ISBN 1-889262-20-X; hardcover, ISBN 1889262153; 182 pages including resources
and index.) Work and personal time management including getting organized,
setting goals, overcoming 17 common time wasters, such as doing too much at
once, procrastination, and fear of failure; emotional blocks to time
management, Dr. Yager's 7 principles of creative time management, and lots
more; featured alternate of the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Clubs.
"To get more control of your time, your work, your technical
gadgets, and your personal life, read Creative Time Management for the New
Millennium. The practical hands-on advice will repay you many times
over."--Michael LeBoeuf, Ph.D., author, Working Smart
"Readers will find techniques for productive and efficient
time management that will help them get organized...well-written, practical,
and useful to people who are interested in improving this aspect of their
lives." Journal of Small Business Management (review of 1st edition)
MAKING YOUR OFFICE WORK FOR
(Doubleday, 1989) Covers lighting, office design, health
issues, ergonomics, organizing your office, and setting up a home office. ("The
prose is succinct, enlivened with examples and augmented at key points by line
drawings, checklists and summaries." Publishers Weekly )
"Let Time Management Work for Your Career,"
January 2000, http://careerjournal.com
(part of Wall Street Journal interactive site wsj.com)
"Time Management is Critical to Job
Hunting," December 1999, http://careerjournal.com (part of the
Wall Street Journal interactive site wsj.com)
"Time Bandits," Working Woman,
"Making the Most of Your Hidden Time," June
"The 7 Principles of Creative Time Management for the New
Millennium," May 2000, http://www.workingmom.com
"Permanent Delegation", EXEC, Spring
"Finding Time to Do It All." Secretary magazine,
"The Five Essential Steps
to Becoming More Productive." Boardroom Reports, 10/15/93
"Jan Yager's 30-Day File Diet." Boardroom Reports,
"Five Top Time
Wasters." Redbook, August 1990.
Clock." American Baby, Oct. 1987
"Using Time Management
Techniques in the Job Search."National Business Employment Weekly,
"Sprucing Up for Spring." Woman's Day,
March 25, 1986.
"You and Your Leisure Time." Bottom Line
Personal, August 14, 1984
"Remember, the Office Comes With the
Job."National Business Employment Weekly, 5/24/87
"Holiday Stress: Coping with Year-End Crush."Newsday, Dec. 15,
"Time Management: How to
stop postponing your life." Working Woman 5/85
on Peace of Mind. Newsday, 3/1/88
Shaping Up to Avoid Shipping Out of Job.
Working From Home: How To Make It Work.
Women & Co., 1988
Create Your Own Calendar Book,
Careers, Mar/Apr 1989.
How Well Do You Handle Change?
How to Improve Your Office without Spending a
Fortune. Optometric Management, 11/88
When to Quit: Knowing the Right Way Out.
Ten Questions to Ask Yourself to Improve Your Time
Management Skills. 1984 Convention Daily
Making Your Commute Time-efficient.
New York Daily News, 5/22/83.