Topic 4: Personal Management for Productivity

Do you turn up to meetings on time?

Can you be trusted to meet deadlines?

Are you reliable?

Are you efficient?

Are you strategic and future focused or are you always scrambling to get things done?

The answers to these questions can shape how people think of your professionally and influence how quickly and how far you progress in your career.

It was famously said that the great dividing line between success and failure can be expressed in five words: “I did not have time.”

Do you have time to do all the things that are important to you? If not, what strategies do you have in place to manage yourself, and the people around you, to make the most of the time you have?

In our face-to-face workshop, we covered a range of practices that should help improve your productivity so that you can deliver high quality work on time, achieve your goals as efficiently as possible and build a professional reputation based on focus, reliability and efficiency. Access the slides here and explore the links below for further development.

Do you turn up to meetings on time?

Can you be trusted to meet deadlines?

Are you reliable?

Are you efficient?

Are you strategic and future focused or are you always scrambling to get things done?

The answers to these questions can shape how people think of your professionally and influence how quickly and how far you progress in your career.

It was famously said that the great dividing line between success and failure can be expressed in five words: “I did not have time.”

Do you have time to do all the things that are important to you? If not, what strategies do you have in place to manage yourself, and the people around you, to make the most of the time you have?

In our face-to-face workshop, we covered a range of practices that should help improve your productivity so that you can deliver high quality work on time, achieve your goals as efficiently as possible and build a professional reputation based on focus, reliability and efficiency. Access the slides here and explore the links below for further development.

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