Productivity for Executives Is a Fast Track Course Designed for Executives and Senior Managers
Understanding how time-poor senior executives can be, we have synthesised iMastery’s most popular four-hour workshop; The Secrets to Getting Things Done & Managing 100+ Emails a Day! The condensed 90-minute Executive Summary ensures maximum results in minimum time.
This inspiring Executive Summary reveals:
» What neuroscience can tell us about how to get things done
» The multitasking myth and the associated costs of distractions
» The pitfalls of leaving to-do items embedded in emails and constantly checking for new email messages
» How to manage emails more effectively and apply the 4Ds of decision making to clear your inbox on a regular basis
» How to utilise the little-known Task feature in Outlook
» The benefits of using a comprehensive to-do list that seamlessly integrates with work received in emails, and how to set this up in Outlook Tasks or Calendar
» The potential benefits of delegating through Outlook Tasks
» The importance of being able to master distractions and create time for ‘deep work’
» Other time-saving email protocols.
Who Should Attend the ‘Productivity for Executives’ Training?
Relevant for executives (and their EAs as appropriate) who feel that traditional time-management strategies are losing relevance. Also beneficial for those interested to know how to minimise distractions and purposefully manage their attention. Productivity for executives training is designed for those using Microsoft Outlook (on a PC) as their email software.
What to Expect When Attending the ‘Productivity for Executives’ Presentation
Increasingly popular, this 90-minute Executive Summary can be presented to a small group of executives and their personal assistants or to a larger group of executives and senior managers.
Individual Follow-Up Executive Productivity Coaching
After attending the Executive Productivity presentation, attendees are provided with written instructions to customise their Outlook. This is necessary to implement the strategy of deferring work embedded in emails to tasks and to use Outlook Tasks as an all-encompassing to-do list.
Experience tells us this is something many executives do not have the time nor inclination to do. Therefore, a brief individual follow-up coaching session is highly recommended to ensure executives are provided with the necessary support to make sustained changes. Optimally the follow-up coaching is provided for individuals within days (and no later than a fortnight) of attending the Productivity for Executives presentation.