Duration: 1 day
Date: Thursday 22nd March 2018
Time: 9am-5pm (register from 8.30am)
Venue: Hilton Sukhumvit (soi 24)
Language: Thai (material in English)
– Early Bird rate THB 9,500 + VAT (valid until 22nd February 2018)
– Standard rate THB 11,500 + VAT (valid from 23rd February 2018)
– For group of 3 or more, please contact us for special fee*
The headwinds we face in life today are formidable. Emails and instant messages come in at a relentless pace. Calendars fill up. Distractions abound. We are consistently busy, but we lack the sense that we are focused on the right things. We seldom celebrate real achievement. Home life suffers, at the mercy of the demands of our professional lives, and vice versa.
• Do your people sometimes feel like they are working harder but falling further behind?
• Are they working more hours at the expense of their home life?
• Can increased productivity really go hand-in-hand with lower stress level?
• Are they making optimal use of the technology tools they have to maximize their productivity?
Based on the New York Times bestselling book, Getting Things Done® Training 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.
Arweekarn Phansangiam is certified by the David Allen Company as a master trainer and coach
The results of applying GTD includes greater focus and effectiveness in a more relaxed manner. It can help create space for longer-term strategic work, while instilling confidence that the right things are actually getting done. This practical approach has already helped many teams and organizations to increase their return on invested energy, improve job satisfaction, and boost individual and group performance.
If your colleagues feel that they have more to do than they can get done, or are working harder but falling further behind, GTD can help. It also accelerates existing high performance behaviors, translating ambition into action. GTD can help individuals overcome distraction, procrastination, and uncertainty and help teams to delegate better, come away from meetings with a clearly defined sense of purpose, and align on shared goals in ways that ensure that the right things get done. The methodology works with existing software and tools, and can be highly customized to individual preference and work style.
The results of applying GTD include greater focus and effectiveness in a more relaxed manner. It can help create space for longer-term strategic work while instilling confidence that the right things are actually getting done. This practical approach has already helped many teams and organizations to increase their return on invested energy, improve job satisfaction, and boost individual and group performance.
The Five Steps of Workflow – a model for analyzing and optimizing the way we work everyday:
1.Capture – reduce distraction and freeing up mental space by ensuring we have a complete inventory of things that need our focus, from emails to important things that occurs to us in the shower
2.Clarify – apply a systematic approach to clarify what things that we have captured mean to you and how best to move them forward
3.Organize – create an effective, leak-proof system, using available tools and technologies, that is easily accessible as and when you need them
4.Reflect – ensure complete perspective on the moving parts in your world, so that everything gets the right amount of attention
5.Engage – have the confidence that at any given moment you are focused on the right thing
• GETTING THINGS DONE® book
• Course Workbook
• Methodology guide
• GTD® Workflow map
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