Time Management, Productivity PROGRAMS
Is It an Emergency or Just Message Frenzy?
IS YOUR TEAM DROWNING in unbounded messaging and constant distractions? Our Managing Crazy-Busy Work training can help restore sanity and productivity. Lost productivity due to email overload alone can cost $1 billion a year, Intel reports.
We get your team out of triage mode with practices proven by the research to restore digital order and effectiveness. We help your team manage devices, distractions, and interruptions, prioritize, and build attention—the chief productivity tool—which is under siege.
We Build a More Effective Work Style
Your team learns how to manage demands, instead of being managed by them. They get strategies to qualify urgency, plan next actions, improve time estimation, set boundaries, control email and interruptions, set the terms of engagement with devices, and shut down the hidden trigger of overwhelm: time urgency.
The goal is full engagement, absorption in the task at hand. Full attention brings more control over the work environment, less stress, quicker turnarounds, and more satisfaction.
Increase Attention, Engagement, and Performance
We help your team manage chaos and overwhelm as it improves performance in a crazy-busy world. This timely training gives your employees the latest tools vetted by researchers to increase effectiveness, reduce mistakes, and speed innovation. Get strategies to:
• Control information overload
• Deploy interruption management
• Build effective time management and prioritization
• Redesign task bottlenecks
• Set successful boundaries
• Create focus zones for high-concentration tasks
• Increase attention and manage the pitfalls of multitasking
• Separate the "urgent" from the "important"
• Boost vitality and work-life for more energy on the job
Learn How Your Team Can Be More Productive
Get more details on how your team can improve productivity. Click on the button below or the one above for more details, or contact us at 310-570-6987. Find out how less crazed is more productive.