In our fast-paced, high-stakes world, it can be easy to feel like you’re getting pulled along, rather than leading the charge. Of course, the key to being in the driver’s seat is getting organized, but the very act of “getting organized” can feel like a colossal task. Should you be keeping a paper to-do notebook? Should you employ the help of a digital system to up your productivity? Or should you rely on your core group of friends to keep you on your game? Although you do have lots of choices, getting organized needn’t be overwhelming. First, you’ve got to figure out what your productivity style is – and from there, you can select the right tools to keep you fresh, proactive, and “on.”
We discussed all of this in my webinar, Get More Done: Find Your Productivity Style.
We had a live discussion where we described key strategies to improve productivity, including:
- The four main productivity styles – and what they say about you
- Tools that are specifically designed for your productivity style
- Helpful tips to keep you driving the train – not getting pulled behind it
Who should attend: consultants, business development, department managers, executives, call hosts, call participants, IT Managers and Directors, Telecom Managers and Analysts, Administrative staff, Office Managers, Event Planners.
If you have a question or would like to lend your expertise about this topic, please leave us a comment below or contact Brad Volin via email: bvolin(@)adigo(dot)com.