It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The question is, what are we busy about? ―Henry David Thoreau (1817 – 1862) American author
Time becomes a constraint when we expect too much to complete in too little time. The myth is that we blame time when our expectations, our work facts and work rituals are the tactics we need to review for improved “time and productivity.”
We hear and probably say, “there is not enough time to get everything done that I have to do.” Lack of concentration and fear causes less effectiveness and less productivity. There are many methods and strategies to utilize our time to meet productive expectations; it’s not about time management.
Participate in the workshop to decrease feeling overwhelmed when the to-do list is too long, and more is piling up. This workshop applies the approach of David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done, the art of stress-free productivity. Learning Alliances Company has interactive modules which include (and are not limited to):
- Manage production flow
- Apply three keys to engage for most effective productivity
- Recognize and apply work “facts”
- Identify productivity rituals
- Merge facts and rituals for clear direction
Please contact to schedule a one-on-one discussion to determine how your work environment can enhance individual and organizational productivity; diminish burnout; diminish attendance problems; build creativity; increase problem solving and more.