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Onsite & Virtual Training Programs

Time Management & Productivity Training Programs

Participants develop systems for productivity, learn time management techniques, balance priorities, and improve goal setting.

Achieving Your Goals in 2-Week Sprints

The Agile Sprint system is famous in the tech industry for keeping high performance development teams focused and organized on core objectives and has created billions of dollars of value as a result. This workshop will teach you how to adapt this powerful methodology to chunk up your big ambitious goals into 2-week increments using a combination of SMART goal setting, tracking, accountability, and reflection so you can build momentum in bringing your dreams to reality.

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Start any new project and gain momentum
  • Set SMART goals achievable within a set timeframe
  • Identify personalized accountability systems
  • Leverage Agile development methodology to review performance and progress
  • Determine if projects should continue or not

Delivery:

In-person for your organization's group is preferred; webinar breakout sessions could substitute if necessary. If in person, requires travel from the San Francisco Bay Area.

Suitable for:

Groups of 3 - 25 participants.

Length:

Two hours or half day.

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Balancing Priorities: How to Successfully Manage Tasks, Deadlines, and Expectations

In our increasingly competitive world, we all need to be more productive than ever. Not only must we do our jobs in less time and with fewer resources, we often work for more than one boss and on more than one team.

As a result, we may face conflicting tasks, deadlines, and expectations, making it difficult to identify what is most important. Furthermore, the transformations in our workplaces brought about by technology have, in addition to the many benefits, increased the speed and complexity of our work.

This course will enable participants to properly prioritize their obligations, allowing them to improve performance and productivity. As a result, they will also achieve a better work/life balance, minimize the stress related to managing their tasks efficiently, and, ultimately, improve working relationships.

Course Objectives:

Successful completion of this course will increase the participants’ ability to:

  • Understand why it is important to manage their priorities
  • Describe obstacles to managing their priorities
  • Prioritize their tasks, activities, and responsibilities
  • Employ strategies for making the best use of their time
  • Describe ways to use technology to stay on track

Delivery:

In person or live webinar for your organization's group.

Suitable for:

Groups of 3 - 25 participants.

Length:

Two hours to half day.

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Finding Focus in a World of Distraction

Why is it so hard to stay focused? Why do most of us feel like we are further behind at the end of the workday? In this course, Shannon explores the components of our connected lives that can lead to loss of focus, reduction in productivity, and feelings of disconnection and burnout. She provides effective strategies and habits for managing your day, week, and year to accomplish day-to-day tasks and long-term goals.

Delivery:

In person or live webinar for your organization's group.

Suitable for:

Groups of 3 - 25 participants.

Length:

Two hours, half day, or full day.

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Intentional Productivity: How to Create an Executional Roadmap for Your Life Goals

One of the biggest questions in life is: who do I want to be? A founder of a billion dollar company? An Ironman athlete? A leader in your community? Or a good parent to your kids? There’s a vision of who we want to become and who we are today. In between our present and ideal future selves stands a journey and a process. This workshop will show you how to create a road map to get there using Mind Maps, Notion, accountability systems, and Agile methodologies famous in the tech industry for keeping high performance teams focused and organized on core objectives and has created billions of dollars of value as a result.

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify lifetime achievement goals
  • Break down ambitious goals into digestible parts using Mind Maps
  • Track goals and progress using Notion
  • Begin the first step and gain momentum in achieving any goal
  • Identify personalized accountability systems
  • Leverage Agile development methodology for execution and progress review
  • Use Retrospectives to determine whether to continue or discontinue down a set path

Delivery:

In person or live webinar for your organization's group. If in person, requires travel from the San Francisco Bay Area.

Suitable for:

Groups of 3 - 25 participants.

Length:

Half day or full day.

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It's About Time: How to Prioritize Your Workload and Organize Your Day for Success

For most of us there is never quite enough time to get everything done. This course is for anyone who feels overwhelmed, overburdened, and at a loss for how to manage all of the demands on your life.

In Part 1, we dispel myths about how to best get work done. Shannon offers concrete directions on managing an overloaded schedule in which everything feels urgent. The class focuses on how to best prioritize your workload, organize your day for success, and remain adaptable in the face changing demands.

In Part 2, we move into how to make those time management changes stick. Close to 50% of what we do every day is a habit. Are your habits propelling you toward your goals or standing in your way? We will explore what habits actually are, how they are formed, and how to create new ones that help you achieve.

This highly interactive workshop will allow you to focus on reaching individual goals that will enrich your personal and professional life.

Delivery:

In person or live webinar for your organization's group.

Suitable for:

Groups of 3 - 25 participants.

Length:

Two hours, half day, or full day.

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