Comprehensive Video Tutorials

Productivity Series Online Course (12 months Access)

CareerVision Training
Online

£ 576 - ($ 11.640)
+ IVA

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  • Curso
  • Online
  • Duración:
    Flexible
  • Cuándo:
    A definir
  • Campus online
Descripción

Nearly every manager wants to be more productive personally and inspire his or her team to increase productivity. The Productivity Training Series from LearnKey can help you achieve that goal. The series includes five complete courses: The Art of Communication; The Art of Stress Management; The Art of Organization; Attitude for Success; and Manage Time.


Benefits

Understand how to define and communicate your thoughts for better results.
Gain valuable insight to meet the challenges of getting and staying organized.
Discover techniques that will give you the edge, less stress and lead to success.


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Temario

Session 1

Section A: Communicate

Self-Assessment
Introduction

Section B: Four Basics of Communication
Objectives
Audience
Technique
Summary and amp; Call to Action
Assessment

Section C: Communicating Better: Writing
Reader?s Point of View and the Main Idea
Brainstorming
Outlining and amp; Aerobic Writing
Organizing the Document
Revising
Visual Clarity and amp; Headlines
Assessment

Section D: Speaking Better: Presenting
Outlines and amp; First Impressions
BEST Recipe and amp; Signpost Phrases
Plan Your Conclusion
Delivery
Visual Aids and amp; Room Choreography
Curing Fear and amp; Self Consciousness
Answering Questions: Q-BEST-Q Recipe
Asking Questions
Use Mistakes to Build Credibility
Assessment

Section E: Interacting Better: Meetings
Meetings are Costly Investments
Think Purposes, Not Meetings
Forecast Your Meetings
Leading Meetings
Public Minutes
Ending and amp; Last Words
Assessment

Session 1

Section A: Why Get Organized?
Self-Assessment
Benefits to Getting Organized
Tips to Make Organizing Easier
Defining Clutter

Section B: Challenges to Getting Organized
Fear of Dumping
Fear of Becoming Rigid and amp; Inflexible
Lack of Knowledge
Assessment

Section C: Getting Started: Procedures
Objectives and amp; Goal Setting
Start with Secondary Work Areas
Reduce, Refer and amp; Rearrange
Put Like Things Together
Stay Focused
Primary Work Area: Arrangement
Primary Work Area: Drawers and amp; Desktop
Your Filing System
Assessment

Section D: Staying Organized: Processes
Use Your Desktop as a Clearing House
Decision Making vs. Paper Shuffling
Create a Tracking System
Tie Up Loose Ends
Process Information Systematically
Managing the Reading
Stay on Top
Assessment

Session 1

Section A: Recognizing Stress
Self-Assessment
What is Stress?
Conditions of Stress
Signs of Stress
Stages of Stress
Assessment

Section B: Coping with Stress
Introduction
Change Attitudes and amp; Perceptions
Change Interaction with Environment
Change Physical Abilities to Cope
Change Your Environment
Assessment

Section C: Building Mental Fitness
Relating to Others
Mental Fitness
The Triple A Workout: Awareness
The Triple A Workout: Attitude
The Triple A Workout: Action
Reminders
Assessment

Session 1

Section A: Attitude Advantages
Self-Assessment
Attitude Influences Everything
The Components of Attitude
Good Attitude Advantages
Factors that Impact Attitude
Assessment

Section B: Adjusting Your Attitude
Use the Flipside Technique
Play Your Winners
Simplify
Insulate

Assessment

Section C: Attitude and amp; Success
Give Your Positive Attitude to Others
Look Better to Yourself
Accept the Physical Connection
Clarify Your Mission
Reminders
Assessment

Session 1

Section A: The Tests of Time
Self-Assessment
Identify the Time You Control
Analyze Your Use of Time
The Tests of Time
Your Energy Cycles
Assessment

Section B: Stop Wasting Your Time
Time Wasters: An Overview
Disorganization
Procrastination
Cannot Say ?No?
Environmental Time Wasters
Planning and amp; Prioritizing
Planning Tips
 Assessment

Section C: Becoming a Time Manager
Focusing on Goals
Establishing Priorities
Delegating
Personalize: Use Techniques To Suit You
Control Your Schedule
Reminders
Assessment