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This event is not through Think Productive, to book you have to go through Acevo!
Date: 22 October 2010
Time: 10:00 – 17:00
Price: Standard Price £105
ACEVO Member Price £80 (Saving £25)
This course is about learning how to effectively deal with the sheer volume of commitments and potential commitments that enter your life. You will learn a foolproof system for organising and defining your work. Overload stress will be replaced with purposeful and productive momentum.
* Overcoming information overload
* The 5 phases of workflow
* Productive theories that really work
* Distinguishing connectivity from productivity
* Tips and tools for processing emails productively
* Tips and tools for reducing interruptions
* Actually getting your inbox to zero or very cloes to it
* Creation of structures to keep your inbox clear
* Creation of a framework to manage and prioritise actions, informations and commitments
* A system to de-clutter your desk
Who Should Attend?
CEOs, Trustees and Top Level Managers from third sector organisations.
Employees of corporate sector and public sector companies with an interest in the third sector.
Contact the events team E: email@example.com or T: 020 7280 4962.
When you next have an office meeting – do it standing up. People with disabilities and minute takers can, of course, be seated if necessary.
Standing for meetings helps concentrate the mind and makes sure that people don’t talk for too long (with too many papers). If a meeting becomes longer than it is comfortable to stand, take a 15 minute break (to sit down) or reconvene the meeting at a later date.
Easyjet have their meetings standing up, and it doesn’t seem to have done them any harm.
Jack Butler, founder of Future Foundations is one of the most motivated and focussed people I know! Jack asked me in to talk about getting your inbox to zero, GTD and our How to Get Things Done workshop as part of their learning lunches series and I was only too happy to oblige. I also used it as an opportunity to talk to Jack about some of his own work processes: daily huddles, batching meetings and other tips and tricks that Jack uses to keep him and his team motivated, happy and on top of their game. Jack mentions the Verne Harnish daily huddle process here. We have started using that with Think Productive, and you can find out more info in his book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits