Overwhelmed? Struggling with constant distractions, information overload and a rapidly changing business environment? Under pressure to juggle productivity and wellbeing? We’re here to help.
This one hour workshop turns traditional time management training on its head.
Time is not your most precious resource: your attention is. This interactive session will help you manage attention and focus, projects and actions, as well as choices and habits.
Join productivity expert, Hayley Watts, from Think Productive on 27th January 2021 from 4-5pm. Five attendees, drawn at random, will win a copy of Graham Allcott’s bestselling book, ‘Productivity Ninja’, and The Peacekeeper balm from Pai.
Please Note: This is an interactive session, you may be invited to engage via microphone or camera.
This event is free for members. If you require a non-member ticket please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for this event, please click here.
I was originally a delegate on Think Productive’s ‘Getting Your Inbox to Zero’ course in 2010. I was working as a CEO and spent a huge amount of time ‘doing email’. The session really made a big impact on me. It was before Graham wrote his book. I went away and read other books about productivity, a colleague told me about an app I could use and there was no looking back. I have had the experience of implanting the ‘Think Productive Ways’ in an environment that isn’t Think Productive. I have since trained and coached people in all sectors, from small charities, huge charities and multinational businesses.
Why I Do It
I love it. It works. Think Productive workshops are about people implementing change there and then. These methods have made a huge difference to my personal and professional life and I enjoy sharing that experience with others. I’ve said good bye to stress and welcomed productivity!
I enjoy helping people to be the best that they can be. With 14 years experience as a trainer I focus on working with people to adopt solutions, change their working practices and make a difference to their lives and those around them.