Personal & Interpersonal Skills | Soft Skills |Seminar
Do you find yourself leaving work tired after a busy day but not sure what you’ve done? Are you frustrated that you are too easily distracted by the wrong things or the wrong people? Are you struggling to retain control of your priorities in an increasingly hectic environment?
Who’s it for?
This highly individualized workshop is essential for anyone who needs to get the most value from their efforts at work. Typical participants find themselves spread too thinly, not getting enough done and not making enough impact on the important things. Whether this is due to a chaotic and dynamic environment, external distractions or wandering personal focus, this workshop delivers solutions through concrete tools and tangible results.
What are your outcomes?
By the end of the training intervention you will have:
- become more productive but less busy
- identified your time sins and time wasters
- become familiar with the key steps of self-efficiency
- developed strategies to reduce stress and increase motivation
- developed a personal change plan to raise your output
- Lacking time: the problem or a symptom of the problem?
- The difference between being “busy” and being “productive”
- Parkinson’s Law and the 60-hour week
- The importance of clear objectives
- Time sins (personal behavior) and time wasters (external factors)
- Why change? – identifying the personal consequences
- Managing yourself and delegating to others
- Setting clear objectives—importance vs. urgency
- Prioritizing tasks and estimating timing
- Eating that frog—strategies for overcoming procrastination
- Implementing change with D*V*P -> C
- Dealing with barriers—time wasters, interruptions and email
- Building a realistic change plan
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