Productivity with a PUNCH
20 - 500 +
Our management of time has always been integral to productivity – especially across teams and organisations. In today’s world, busy has become crazy busy and often our valued employees have more work to do than time to do it in.
In this interactive workshop, discover new evidence-based strategies and time management practices to boost your team’s productivity. Eliminate procrastination & wasted time in meetings and become familiar with a deep work strategy. We know that different strategies work for different people and this session is jam packed with all the best strategies to boost productivity in your team.
If you are now working in a hybrid environment there is new considerations for collaboration and effectiveness. Support your team leaders and instigate new time management tools – let them decide what’s important in their world to maximise productivity.
Pair this workshop with our Amazing Race event to get the most out of your conference agenda. After the productive but serious workshop it is important to finish your conference with a bang! This team-building event is sure to get your team collaborating and engaging in problem solving challenges that will be discussed in the office for weeks to come.
How it works
This workshop helps you to:
- Become more productive
- Stop procrastination
- Clear your space
- Boost your energy
Procrastination – the number one-time thief. Learn how to push past this habit.
Urgent and Important Matrix - a traditional time management tool and a simple prioritisation strategy.
New Projects - best practice's for new projects and effective meetings.
Collaboration - with accountability and pride.
Heightened Energy - focus and deep work.
"Perfect. Very interactive with lots to learn. Enjoyed the content on procrastination, saying no nicely and urgent vs important tasks." - Department of Education
"Thank you for such a wonderful workshop. We all enjoyed it thoroughly" - Department of Defence
"Everything a training session should be: educational, plenty of fun and thoroughly engaging. Holding the attention of a room full of millennials is no mean feat - Well done" - Indeed