Our workshops have developed a strong reputation for being amongst the best in the business on personal productivity – popular with staff at leading organisations like British Airways, Barclays Commercial, University College London and the Cabinet Office, as well as with charity Chief Executives and even Members of Parliament! Our public workshops take us on the road to give you a chance to see what all the fuss is about.
Here’s a quick vid I did as part of the Virgin media pioneers site. I made this video really to make the point that networking doesn’t always have to be about wearing a suit and going to stuffy hotel function rooms. Networking is about building relationships, much the same as we do when we meet friends or strangers in the pub. I recorded this at Brighton Twestival recently and what struck me was that this is the archetypal half-way house: part-business, part-pleasure. If you come away having made some new contacts for your business that’s great but if you don’t, well you’ve probably had a great time anyway!
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If you run a business, chances are you hate book-keeping. Getting things done that you don’t necessarily enjoy doing is an important skill and habit to develop, but maybe – just maybe – we can convince you to look at your book-keeping in a whole new way! Here, Lisa from Boogles provides some tips to help you keep on top of the numbers in your business. Lisa is as passionate about transforming how people perceive book-keeping as we are about doing the same for time management training – the world needs more people like Lisa! And if you’re struggling with your own book-keeping, maybe give her a call!
Here at Think Productive, we’re so tired of bad Time Management Training! We’re on a mission to make Time Management Training much more relevant, by helping people to appreciate that we no longer live in a neat, 9-5 world where we get to the end of the day and everything’s done. With information overload comes infinite possibility and alot of the old models for Time management don’t reflect this. So here’s the thing. Think about your attention and energy as much as your time. Is what you really need actually email training (or for your colleagues to improve their email etiquette!). Either way, check out our Getting Your Inbox to Zero and How to get things done workshops – we’ll help you to do just that and as a result, love your work!