More About The Workshop
What characterises mastery of this skill?
The effective employee is characterized by getting things done in time without continuous overworking (if in the right working environment). They feel comfortable in trusting their team and colleagues to do their delegated work correctly. Setting priorities and giving clear instructions as well as taking and giving feedback comes naturally for them. Because they decide quickly and reassess priorities regularly, procrastination or poor use of time is unlikely.
What characterises a lack of this skill?
A lack of effectiveness at the workplace can often be observed in junior employees struggling to say “no” to favors and tasks they are actually not responsible for. More experienced employees might reveal their lack of Effectiveness by having difficulties in task delegation. Both senior and junior workers might feel overwhelmed and complain about having too many different things to do. Without realising it, they might prefer to do things themselves or stick to micromanagement. Another tendency might be to fixate on one task, because they struggle to decide what else could be more important. A lack of effectiveness can cause overworking and in the end huge exhaustion or burnout.
The end result of an absence of efficiency isn’t just inefficiency, it’s regret. In order to work through the never-ending to-do list and juggle the multiple demands of others, we have to sort the urgent tasks from the merely important and make a habit of being efficient.
In this two-hour session, we will:
• Consider what makes getting things done difficult, including emotional and psychological barriers
• Learn specific ways to adapt our approach to the task at hand
• Look at strategies to prioritise tasks and make realistic, more effective plans of action
• Discuss habits and techniques which can help us to beat procrastination, take tactical ‘shortcuts’ and reassess our overall aims
• Learn how to make the most of feedback in order to become more effective
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We offer a 10% ticket price reduction on virtual events under £60 for Students with valid ID, over-65’s, un-waged and people with disabilities. To claim your discount please email [email protected] for the codes to use at checkout. Please note that we may ask for your ID for proof of eligibility before we issue the code.
Our current virtual classes, workshops, conversations and events are hosted on Zoom. Once you have purchased your ticket you will receive an email the day before the event with all the essential information you will need including the Zoom invitation link and password. Please make sure you have given us your correct email address. If you have brought a ticket on the behalf of another person please make sure you forward them the email if you have not provided the other attendees email. Please note that our London classroom is currently closed.
Virtual Classes last two and a half hours. The first 15-30 minutes is for on-boarding (to join and connect to Zoom) and an icebreaker, followed by a two-hour class, with a short break.
Currently we offer morning and evening weekday and weekend classes. Please visit our Calendar where you can browse by date. The evening classes generally run from 18:30 to 21:00 GMT/BST, the morning classes from 9:30 to 12:00 GMT/BST. Please note it is your responsibility to double-check whether you are booking a morning or evening class at the time of booking. We cannot be held responsible if you mistakenly book a morning class instead of an evening class (or vice versa) and are then not able to attend on the day due to other commitments. To find out more about our ticket transfer, exchange or refund policy please see Cancellations, Transfers and Exchanges.
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You are not required to have read anything before the event. The essential information email that you receive before the class contains a workbook which accompanies the class. If you have a printed you may want to print the workbook, however, you can also have it downloaded on your desktop and you can edit the PDF.