“Small things done consistently in strategic places produce major impact.” ~ David Allen ~
SKILLS TO ACHIEVE STRESS-FREE PRODUCTIVITY
Getting Things Done (GTD) is a training that teaches individuals how to increase focus on the most meaningful work, organize information, prioritize commitments, create mental space for innovation, and achieve stress-free productivity. It’s productivity with purpose, or in other words—getting more of the right stuff done.
TURN CHAOS INTO CONTROL
Participants learn a system to reduce mental clutter and take control of their thoughts and tasks.
ALIGN FOCUS AND ACTIONS
Once in control, participants learn practical skills to reduce decision fatigue and focus on next actions.
INCREASE PRODUCTIVE MOMENTS
These skills applied consistently to the right tasks and projects create more stress-free, productive moments.
IMPROVE INDIVIDUAL EFFECTIVENESS
Productive moments yield increased reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness in the projects and moments that matter most.
Anyone interesting in getting things done - increase focus, prioritize commitments, and achieve stress-free productivity.
*Registration fee includes lunch and course materials
**After May 11, no cancellations or refunds will be permitted; however a substitute participant will be accepted
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
An international consultant and thought leader in culture change, Wendy Arnott is set apart by her ability to integrate her varied professional experiences into training and the VitalSmarts materials, adding value for the participants. She has helped design and develop large organizational cultural change, impacting over ten thousand employees.
Wendy inspires change by meeting people where they are at and engaging to help participants elevate their current practice. She does this in a way that is knowledgeable, safe, and fun. Participants experience the sense that they are adding to the knowledge they brought to the training so they can make their next improvement. She is comfortable doing this with all manner of audiences, across industries and levels of responsibility. She takes concerns seriously and holds them lightly as she partners with people to find sound, workable, practical behavioral improvements—through training or in speeches/presentations.