Using time effectively is important in all areas of life, but it’s crucial at work. When we use time effectively we don’t just get more done, we actually improve the quality of what we produce.
As well as increasing productivity, using time effectively helps people be more organised and improves their personal reputation, which promotes self-confidence. Also, using time effectively can reduce the need to work after hours, resulting in greater work/life balance and personal well-being.
Habits and rituals of highly productive people. Influencing people and controlling your environment. Taking ownership of your time. Decision making skills.
Prioritising tasks (project work / small wins) based on importance, urgency and significance. Managing the expectations of others – saying no where necessary. Influencing and persuading others when delegating tasks.
Keeping the brain engaged and motivated to perform. Managing ‘time stealers’ and unwanted distractions. Managing energy dips throughout the day.
Having the day you want to have. Making short and long-term productivity improvements by evaluating how effectively time is being used.
Since 2007 we’ve worked with organisations of all sizes, across all sectors and industries, as well as individuals looking to uplift their capabilities and boost performance