Track your time: Boost your productivity and reduce the pressure

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Re-evaluate your relationship with time and upgrade your productivity toolbox to maximise your results when returning to work. Time urgency used to be one of the 21st century’s biggest diseases. Always rushing from task to task and from place to place had become a norm. But, COVID took over and suddenly our busy lives met the silence of lockdown. Now, a new challenge is emerging when the cities are coming back to life. We are trying to blend our newly discovered pace of life and hobbies with the fullness of our previous lifestyles. Moreover, we are trying to re-adapt our home working routine with the social office working style.

When working from home, we are working on average two more hours per week. So, how can we best manage our time and productivity when our to-do list rapidly doubles, but our time is getting shorter? The good news is that you can change your relationship with time to gain a feeling of control, safety, achievement and clarity despite a never-ending to-do list and set more achievable boundaries with your work life.

Join us to find a new way of working and managing your time that blends the best of both worlds. Learn how our time perception has changed in the last year and how you can psychologically stretch your time. Discover tools to help you better manage priorities to maximise efficiency in your work. Nonetheless, learn how to best communicate with your team to ensure clear and realistic expectations and reach a common understanding and mutually beneficial boundaries.

Key learnings:

  1. Learn how to move from a sense of time urgency so that you can feel at ease regardless of how long your to-do list is
  2. Gain time by mapping tasks in your day to understand and maximise the time efficiency of your working schedule, and gain a sense of achievement and satisfaction at the end of each day
  3. Learn effective team communication tools to fully understand requirements, set expectations and create boundaries with your team to ensure clear and realistic expectations, reach a common understanding and mutually beneficial boundaries