Self-Care and Time Efficiency
Recorded On: 07/22/2022
Are you stressed out? Working evenings and weekends on transcripts? Take your evenings and weekends back! Learn how to run your schedule so it doesn’t run you. Teaching tips, tricks, and tools to help take care of self, both physically and mentally. We will cover neck, back, and upper-body stretches, hand exercises, finger drills, and relaxation methods to reduce work-induced stress and body aches and pains. Time to learn how to care for yourself, up your efficiency, increase your productivity, and reduce your anxiety in this high-stress, high-demand field. Total CEU: 0.1. Product will expire 30 days from registration.
Allison Hall, RDR, CRR
Allison Hall is a court reporter of more than 20 years and currently works as a freelance reporter. Hall also teaches eager court reporting students at Tulsa Community College, Oklahoma State University Oklahoma City, and the College of Court Reporting. She enjoys coaching working reporters through their certifications. Hall also enjoys public speaking and has taught seminars on shortening writing styles, efficiency, the future of court reporting, how to be an effective mentor, focused practice, and legal education seminars to both judges and attorneys. Hall is the recipient of the 2022 Oklahoma Bar Association Liberty Bell Award in recognition of her contributions to the legal profession. She is also the recipient of the 2022 Steno in the City Philanthropist Award in recognition of passion, commitment, and unstoppable initiative, as well as the recipient of the 2020 Oklahoma Supreme Court Chief Justice Award of Excellence in recognition of outstanding contributions to the Oklahoma Judiciary.
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