Priorities and Productivity
Achieving Optimum Personal Productivity
IMAGINE... leaving work, or school, at the end of the day and actually leaving your work there. Or, waking up in the morning and feeling confident that you can accomplish everything you need to and more. Wouldn’t it be great to stay calm and collected when the unexpected arises because you know for certain you can tackle, and handle, any challenge that comes your way? Achieving optimum personal productivity is all about managing your priorities, making effective decisions, and staying organized. With a shift in perspective, willingness to change, and some concerted effort, anyone can maximize his/her personal productivity.
Objectives of this Module
The Executive Finishing School - Certificate in Social Competence for Business Professional©
Recent research out of Harvard University suggests that because our long-term success in work and in life is 85% dependent on our “so skills”, we would all be wise to make sure we are socially competent.
Completion of this program entitles the participant to a Level 1 Certificate in Social Competence for Business Professionals©. The program consists of 5 online modules. If you wish to pursue the certification, please refer to the bundled course offering titled - Certificate in Social Competence for Business Professionals.
Module 1: Civility and Leadership
Module 2: Presentation Skills: Image, Decorum, Attitude, and Poise
Module 3: Communication: Oral, Digital, Written and Nonverbal
Module 4: Social Intelligence and Building Trust
Module 5: Priorities and Productivity
The program is designed for:
Topics covered include:
After completing the program, learners will be better able to:
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Would it surprise you to know that 80% of people are dissatisfied with their jobs? The social landscape in our workplaces is changing. Who we work with, how we work, when we work, how we communicate, and what we perceive as effective, respectful, professional, ethical and kind has also changed. But many of us haven’t changed the way we think, the way we make decisions, or how we interact, and we’re not ready for change. In the new world of work you need a new set of social competencies- skills to help you build trust, to foster collaboration, to communicate effectively, to navigate differences, and to be change ready.
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Executive Finishing School Overview
Why Is Managing Priorities and Productivity Important
Productivity Tip Sheet
Exercise 1: Increasing Awareness in the Workplace
Debrief Exercise 1: Increasing Awareness in the Workplace
What Does Priority Mean?
Exercise 2: Value of Time
Debrief Exercise 2: Value of Time and Exercise 3: Personal Time Management Assessment
Exercise 3: Personal Time Management Assessment
Debrief Exercise 3: Personal Time Management and Obstacles and Solutions to Effective Time Management
Setting SMARTER Goals
Exercise 4: Time Management Matrix
Debrief Exercise 4: Time Management Matrix
Being Able to Set SMARTER Goals
Exercise 5: SMARTER Goals Worksheet
Use Proven Time Management Techniques
Supplemental Resource Guide
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