Personal & Time Effectiveness in a Virtual World

Improve your effectiveness and navigate the challenges of working in a virtual world
Half day

Overview

Being Effective – what does this mean in the new world of virtual working where there are so many more overlaps between work and home and where you may have less support from colleagues around you?

This course is designed to help you to navigate the challenges of working in a virtual world, by improving your effectiveness. It will help you to think more clearly about your priorities and re-create a working world that works better for you.

What you'll learn

  • How your personal preferences can help or hinder your personal effectiveness
  • How to balance the demands in your life more effectively
  • How to work out what is really important
  • How to manage disturbances and get things done
  • Techniques for being more effective in the virtual environment

Who is it for?

  • Anyone who whose working life has been affected by Covid-19 and wants to rethink how they work in the new virtual working environment
  • Anyone who feels that they could be more effective re how they organise themselves and manage their time
  • Anyone who struggles with demands coming from all sides and needs to rebalance their working life.

Your facilitator

Mark Procter
Mark Procter

Mark Procter's speciality is Strategic Leadership. Through his consulting business, Future Pace Development Ltd., Mark works with senior management teams to develop their business strategy. Mark has been lead and faculty on many business school executive education programmes, working with global organisations where he taught them strategy, strategic thinking and leadership. Outside of work, Mark is a keen mountaineer and has climbed, amongst many other peaks, Mount Everest which involved leading strategically, as well as a lot of physical effort!

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Personal & Time Effectiveness in a Virtual World
Virtual Classroom
17/11/20 9:30 - 13:00