If you’re not directly supervising others, you may think you don’t have opportunities to delegate any portion of your workload. Think again! There may be hidden opportunities to hand off certain task to others, even without direct authority.
I am a big fan of documentation, especially in the workplace. I firmly believe that, when we put thoughts into words and commit them to “paper” (whether physical or digital), we make them more real. Whether journaling for personal development or professional, the act of writing is an important tool for self-discovery, growth and much more. It’s no surprise then that I recommend that everyone keep a work journal.
We have to invest our time, energy and attention into using tools and technology to support our time management. And ultimately, we want that to help us to be more productive. But if we’re not careful, we can actually experience diminishing or even negative returns on our investment.
In today’s ultra-busy workplace, many professionals harbor the unhealthy and unrealistic belief that they’re supposed to be ultra-productive 100% of the time. That’s just not possible. Believe me, I’ve tried!
I’ve come to believe that there’s a predictable 3-stage productivity cycle that takes place for everyone.
The discipline of planning serves us well, even if the plans we create are rarely implemented precisely. Nine times out of 10, we can’t follow the plans we create because of unexpected circumstances. But that doesn’t mean that we should completely abandon the process of planning, because the process of planning has benefits in and of itself, regardless of the actual plan.
Well-established KPIs provide a roadmap for success and verifiable metrics to prove your achievements. Every professional, no matter what role they’re in, needs KPIs. Whether or not you have them already, this training will help you better understand their purpose and leverage them productively.
Planning is an essential part of success, and it’s a popular topic this time of year. But, as we all know, life is anything but predictable these days. So how can we create plans for the future when everything is fluid? In this session, you’ll discover the power of flexible planning and how to integrate it into your personal and professional goal setting process.
So, you have an overwhelming workload, you have too much on your plate, not enough time to handle it all. What are the possibilities? What are your options for dealing with this? I personally believe that we really only have three options.
This webinar will save you time, energy, and stress! You’ll discover simple ways to leverage the tools and tech at your disposal, and how to evaluate new options quickly. With the information you learn here, you be able to take advantage of latest and greatest time management tools and tech (without letting it overwhelm you!).
I am passionate about all things related to time management. Recently, I wanted to assess my own skills in this area, so I did a personal inventory. I thought I’d recreate that for you as a self-assessment tool, so you can take stock of your skills in this area as well.
Everyone gets overwhelmed with work from time to time, but it shouldn’t be a chronic condition. The key is to quickly recognize what’s happening and implement strategies to take control. This webinar will show you how!
I love planning. When I have a plan in front of me, I feel more in control of my destiny. I’m less stressed, more empowered.
Here’s the most interesting part: A plan helps me feel these positive things, even when I can’t follow the plan perfectly.
Over the past year, I’ve really had to come to terms with this. After all, the pandemic has made life unpredictable for most of us. But I haven’t stopped planning. In fact, I’ve become even more diligent about it!