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Using Technology To Increase Your eProductivity
We now live in a society that is truly 24-7-365 and most people will quickly tell you that there is more on their plate than ever. To help stay on top of all those details, many have acquired the latest devices, software, programs, or apps to assist them. Smartphones, tablets & iPads, Google, and Microsoft Outlook are some of the hottest tools that busy people have obtained...and these are all great tools. The problem is that most people continue to do what they have always done...they just do with a new device.
You see, when it comes to personal technology, most people are self-taught...and self-taught equals gaps. The real challenge isn’t how to use this technology (most folks can do that) but rather, “how do I get out of these new tools what I want”.
Here is what most people are looking for:
Weber Associates has the process.
We have identified the critical success skills and key functionality needed to maximize the impact of all these tools. As participants learn our process, their devices are transformed into a command control center of events, information, contacts, activities, notes, and to do’s.
Our TimeLink solution is a simple and ‘streamlined’ process that can be learned in a few hours and implemented immediately. Additionally, due to the fact that most people today use multiple tools simultaneously, our process transcends one type of device and can actually be implemented in several at the same time.
As the sheer volume of responsibilities and workload has grown, everyone is being asked to do more, with less, faster, cheaper, safer, and better. Most busy people have more on their plate than ever and have acquired all kinds of tools in their search for help in managing all the details. This workshop teaches how to use these new devices to manage all those details and never have anything fall through the cracks!
The introduction sets the table for the rest of the program. It is very interactive, upbeat, fast, and funny. Specific issues discussed are:
Principle #1 - Consolidation
This section lays the foundation upon which the rest of the workshop will be built.
Participants will learn the 3 critical components that comprise a complete personal organization system and how to most effectively use them to manage volumes of information, events, and activities.
Principle #2 – Documentation and Retrieval
This section addresses the organizational “blind spot” of most busy people.
Participants will walk through a case study during which they will learn the 3 R’s of information control:
Principle #3 – Follow Up
Follow up is one of the most important skills that busy people need to master—especially when the volume of commitments continually seem to grow.
The technique of TimeLinking is undoubtedly one of the most powerful skills participants will learn as it relates to the management and follow up of commitments. In this section, participants will learn the 3 critical “W” questions to ensure that no item will ever fall through the cracks. Mastering this technique alone will increase the quality and volume of an individual’s work.
Principle #4 – The Battle for the Inbox
For many, email has become a giant black hole into which entire days can be lost. The volume of email alone has left many feeling totally defeated as they stare at Inboxes with hundreds or even thousands of emails in them.
Participants will learn a simple, easy to implement process for managing email.
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I cleared by inbox the weekend after our coordinators meeting, 3,000+ down to 0. Never over 3 at the end of a work day.
I'm now organizing by last name and I'm a time-linking fiend. And (so far) nothing has fallen through the cracks - nor does it feel as though anything will. I'm much more confident in my tasks list and the Reminder app is my BFF virtual assistant now.
Didn't know what a difference a well-defined and easily understandable and implementable system would make.
Thank you so much. This really is a life changer, my friend :).
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