NEWSFLASH!: We are very excited to announce that we are again running a Getting Things Done®: Mastering Workflow Series, Level One, 2 Day: Fundamentals Seminar with an Outlook for Windows Implementation Lab.
DESCRIPTION: This seminar provides practical techniques that will help you to get control of your world. You will increase your productivity, yes, but you will do so while maintaining a clear mind and the confidence that you are consistently focused on the right things. Applying a straightforward, practical methodology to dealing with changing priorities, shifting resources and the sheer volume of emails, calls and texts, the Getting Things Done (GTD) approach has helped millions of busy people get more done with less stress. During the second day of the seminar we will help you design and implement your own personalized GTD system in Outlook which will help you to optimize your handling of emails and manage your calendar, whilst using technology to support appropriate focus and prioritization at all times. Be sure to bring your Outlook system with you, whether it’s on a laptop, tablet, or vellum!
Click here to learn more about Getting Things Done® and the GTD® Mastering Workflow seminar
DATE: Tuesday 20th & Wednesday 21st June 2017
FACILITATOR: A senior presenter from Next Action Associates, the only Certified International Partner of the David Allen Company in the UK and Ireland.
FREE WEBINAR DATE: As a participant of this seminar, you will be eligible to attend a free live ‘Guided Weekly Review Webinar’ on Friday 30th June from 11am to 12.30pm. Please mark this date in your diary, the joining details will be sent to you on the day of the seminar.
PLEASE NOTE: To attend this seminar you must use Microsoft Outlook for Windows as your main email system.
VENUE: Central London, exact venue TBC
TIME: Registration & breakfast from 8:15am. Seminar begins at 9am and finishes at 5pm each day. Lunch will be served from 12:30-1:30pm.
Early bird rate: £830 + VAT (valid until 20th May 2017)
Standard rate: £990 + VAT (valid from 21st May 2017)
Reserve your seat in the seminar now: