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Personal Productivity

There are few of us who feel we are excelling at being productive. In a demanding job like insolvency, you might feel overwhelmed by your workload or impending statutory deadlines. Alternatively, you want to learn some new techniques for becoming more productive, and improve your work / life balance.

Description

This half day course concentrates on improving workplace productivity and achieving a better work / life balance. We will introduce a variety of productivity systems, techniques and tips and cover a range of topics including:

  • avoiding productivity distractions
  • best time to make decisions
  • scheduling time for tasks
  • goal setting
  • managing email
  • balancing work and the other things in your life
  • building personal resilience into the working week
  • saying no

CPD Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding different productivity techniques and how to use them in the workplace
  • Understanding the reasons for poor productivity
  • Creating your own strategy for improving your productivity

Who Should Attend

Anyone looking for personal productivity improvements, or who wants to achieve a better work / life balance.

This course would work well for teams or businesses and can be run as a bespoke on-site course. Please contact us for details.

Speaker

Mark McLintock

Mark has an MBA from the University of Strathclyde and is a Director with MainStreet Consulting, based in Edinburgh. MainStreet help organisations make big decisions on their priorities, services and resources. 

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Main Street Consulting

Cost

£155 + VAT per person

50% reduction for third delegate booking this course.

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