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Mr. Kenneth I. Zeigler Jr.

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Zeigler Learning LLC

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Zeigler Learning LLC

15825 Northstone Dr.

Huntersville, North Carolina 28078

United States

Company Description

We hope that you will spend time to browse our website so you can learn more about the solutions we offer and get to know us better. We specialize in organization & productivity improvement. Our company is dedicated to providing the best training course ... more

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Employment History

Vice President of Marketing

PMS Information Systems

Education

University of Minnesota

MA

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University of Illinois

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However, Ken Zeigler, author of Organizing for Success (The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.) and productivity and organizational expert, explains that there are ways to make work time more productive, even if you are in the midst of a cubicle crisis. Read more.
The Charlotte Observer Article - Plan to Spend Time with Family
A man who runs a company that coaches other companies' workers on maximizing productivity should be the model of efficiency and work/life balance himself. Ken Zeigler is. But that wasn't always the case. Zeigler started his corporate, which counts many of the Fortune 500 among its clients, 10 years ago, before he was any good at having a career and a personal life. "I had no separation. I thought about work 24 hours a day, seven days a week. One day I woke up and I was 43 years old with no prospects of marriage," he said.
He's named his company, Zeigler & Sons, Inc. even though he wasn't married and didn't have any kids. Call it wishful thinking, he said. In case you're wondering, Zeigler got married and has two sons, Zachary and Nicholas. The family recently moved to Cornelius from Nashville so Zeigler could be closer to his sick father, who lives in Conover, NC.
When he's not traveling, Zeigler runs his business from home so he can be part of raising his sons. He starts work at 6 a.m. and usually has the day's two biggest tasks completed by 9 a.m. He wraps up by 6 p.m. (at the latest) so he can have dinner with his family. When on rare occasions he tries to work later, he tells his wife Mary Beth, to give him a "ton of grief," so he sticks to his word. How does he strike balance? He batches reading and writing email, returning calls, and working on similar activities.
He has definitely changed how he plans his day and week.
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Ken Zeigler, a productivity and time management expert who has conducted over 16 years of research in the field, suggests a "Master List": a portable pad of paper (he finds the old-school medium most effective for retention) where you keep all to-do items (whether financial, personal or professional) for an entire week. When you have a thought, write it down immediately, then delete it from your mind. "Allow your mind to be a strategic thinker," he says, "not a memory chip."
Batch Your Tasks
The next step in Zeigler's process is to review your Master List daily and transfer action items onto a Daily List, which should be in electronic form to make it easily portable and accessible from multiple devices. This list should be "batched," or separated into groups of similar tasks (like the three separate emails you must answer in the next hour or the five errands you need to run in town). Zeigler explains that batching tasks improves productivity. "By working on all of the similar tasks, it will prevent your jumping from task to task and help you focus on one type at a time," he says.
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Ken Zeigler has spent years researching and developing his unique program on Time Management and Organization. Using his training materials and scheduling an on-site seminar, class or workshop will increase productivity in your company.
Don't waste time, manage it! Ken Zeigler's approach to achieving the most out of your work day, will improve your life as well as your companies bottom line.
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After years of research on stress in the workplace and at home author Ken Zeigler has developed a course that provides each participant with an effective action plan for reducing his/her stress.
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