Holistic Productivity for Organizations provides participants with new methodologies and practical strategies to achieve optimum levels of productivity in both their personal and professional environments.
The course has two distinct sections. The focus for the first section is on the theoretical practices and the self awareness/management that supports productivity. It includes an overview of David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology, a highly effective approach to productivity. With a theoretical foundation in place, the second section delves into applying GTD principles, the effective use of technology and the cultivation of effective new habits.
Holistic Productivity for Organizations is offered in two formats: two half days (3.5 hours each day with break) or a one day (8 hours, with morning, afternoon and lunch breaks). It is the responsibility of the host organization to provide the facilities for the course and to print the course manual/workbook for the participants.
Participants in the course will learn:
How to get to the root of inefficiencies and procrastination. The basics principles and terminology of the David Allen Company's highly acclaimed Getting Things Done® (GTD®) approach to productivity. Best practices for implementing GTD® using Mac®/Windows® and mobile technologies. The specific technologies that are included in the course is determine based on the technologies your organization and employees have adopted. Practical strategies for using technology effectively, with a strong focus on e-mail management. Techniques for implementing positive new habits in their professional and personal life. The course is designed to have a lasting impact. During the 90 days that follow the course, a structure is introduced to give participants the opportunity to practice what they’ve learned while positively impacting one or more distinct areas of their life.
What Organization Leaders & Human Resource Managers Are Saying About This Course
“Day by day, I’ve been implementing the various approaches presented in your program. My only wish is that I had taken your course sooner. I could go on for hours, but I will summarize my successes by saying that I’m feeling back in the driver’s seat (as opposed to being a firefighter).”