TD1699


Note: This workshop is capped at 16 participants.

Total Workshop Time: 5 - 4 Hour Sessions (20 Hours Total)

Pre-requisites: None

Description:

The barrage of information coming at us from multiple sources (e.g., texts, email, tweets, blogs, and alerts), coupled with the demands of our careers, are overwhelming and distracting. The sheer volume of information threatens our ability to think clearly and make wise decisions about what’s important. If we react to these stimuli without clear discernment, we fail to accomplish the goals that matter most in our professional and personal lives.

FranklinCovey’s The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity solution inspires participants to apply a process that will dramatically increase their ability to achieve life’s most important outcomes. Supported by science and years of experience, this solution not only produces a measurable increase in productivity, but also provides a renewed sense of engagement and accomplishment.

“Extraordinary productivity is not about doing more. In fact, it’s about doing less. Most of us try to do too much, and as a result we give less than our best and finest effort to those few things that really matter.” ~ The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity

This Multi-Session workshop will include:

Choice 1: Act on the Important

After this section, participants will use common language and skill-set for determining the difference between important, less important, and unimportant investments of time and energy.

Choice 2: Go for the Extraordinary
After this section, participants will be able to:

  • Redefine their key roles as transformational rather than functional, an essential condition for achieving extraordinary productivity.
  • Set goals to ensure fulfillment of their key roles.

Choice 3: Schedule the Big Rocks

Choice 4: Rule Your Technology
After this section, participants will be able to:

  • Align their technological tools – computer, smartphone, etc. – into one system to serve their productivity needs.
  • Make “3 Master Moves” to prevent information overload that hampers productivity.

Choice 5: Fuel Your Fire

After this section, participants will be able to recharge their physical and mental energy levels continuously to increase their productivity.

Facilitated by: John Alger, CampusNet Coordinator, IT - Network Services and Doug Chester, Buyer Senior, Procurement

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Level: Fundamental

Type: All Inclusive

Competency: Work Life Wellness

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