Setting Policies

Setting Personal & Professional Policies:

Protect Your Time, Energy, & Attention

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Erin Mecseji, PCC

as she hosts

Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D.

for a special FREE teleseminar

This class is no longer available

  • Your company has policies.
  • Your local university has policies.
  • Your bank has policies.
  • Your phone company has policies.
  • Your drycleaner has policies.
Guess what?!

You also need to have policies!

In this concise and practical tele-class, taught by Meggin McIntosh, PhD and hosted by Erin Mecseji, PCC, you learn:

  • why policies are better than “rules;”
  • when it’s time to conceptualize and craft a policy for yourself;
  • who needs to know your policies; and
  • best practices for preparing, positioning, and presenting your policies.

Plus, you get numerous examples of policies to use as models and prompts.

All registrants will receive:

  • an mp3 download of the class recording (available only through 4/24).
  • a hefty packet of handouts and resources.

This is a rare event. Meggin almost never does free classes anymore so be sure to take advantage of this special learning opportunity. To learn more about Meggin, you may visit her website at

This class is no longer available

“Action is the foundational key to all success.”

About the Presenter

Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D., known as “The Ph.D. of Productivity™” is a former teacher, award-winning university professor, and director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. and says,

“Your policies can be one of your best allies in creating a life of more peaceful and predictable productivity. Think about the areas in your life where you need strategies to bring you closer to being “just whelmed” instead of overwhelmed. Let’s work together in this class hosted by Erin so that you will be ready to establish intelligent policies for your personal and professional life. It will make such a difference for you. I promise.”