Based on the iconic bestseller by David Allen, the skills taught in Getting Things Done® have been shown to relieve cognitive load, allow for increased focus, even result in optimal experience and peak performance.
“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small, manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.”
– Mark Twain
GTD teaches proven skills for managing the constant flow of requests, tasks, and interruptions people face at all levels of the organisation. We help improve:
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Bring in a Crucial Dimensions Master Trainer or certify an internal trainer to teach Getting Things Done in person to your employees.
The Getting Things Done Course is available in several delivery formats to address the diverse needs of your organisation.
Your employees attend a virtual, or in-person public course.
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Certify an internal leader to facilitate the in-person or virtual course to employees. Certification courses are offered both in-person and virtually.
“We love GTD. It has been really impactful for our organisation in terms of stress management—it really helps people be more present in their lives because they feel a sense of control and organisation when implementing the tools and system. It usually fills up in less than 15 minutes when we offer it, a good sign!”
– Sarah Barnhart, Senior Human Resources Manager, Stryker
Bring Getting Things Done to your organisation and discover the power of productivity with purpose.
Getting Things Done®(GTD®) Training helps improve employee productivity by teaching the skills to manage the constant flow of requests, tasks, and interruptions people face at all levels of the organisation. By learning how to capture, clarify, and organise incoming requests, people are more likely to make strategic decisions about where to invest their time and energy, be efficient at work, focus on the right priorities, and prevent critical projects from slipping. They are less likely to experience stress and burnout – more likely to experience workplace productivity.
Nobody gets a degree in productivity. You hire people for their technical skills and experience—because they know how to develop programs, design products, oversee communications, devise strategies, or lead people. But few—if any—are well versed in workflow management and being truly efficient at work. And when even just a couple of people fumble, their slip-ups significantly and negatively impact stress levels, innovation, execution, engagement, workplace efficiency and overall employee productivity.
GTD teaches your skilled knowledge workers at every level and in any role how to better get work done efficiently so they can effectively put their valuable, technical skills and experience to use.
Based on the New York Times bestseller of the same title, GTD Training teaches participants how to:
GTD teaches proven skills for managing the constant flow of requests, tasks, and interruptions people face at all levels of the organisation.
Reflect & Engage
Renew through Review
This is not time away from work. This is your work. You will experience getting more of your real work done during this time than if you were in your normal day-to-day mode.
This is not an academic, off-line program. It is conducted in the middle of the maelstrom, with the real things on your plate, on your mind, in your email, on your papers, and in your inbox. Additionally, the results of the process will likely repay these invested hours many-fold.
The GTD skills and tools have been proven to improve workplace productivity and employee efficiency in thousands of organisations over the past 20 years.
Most people consider Getting Things Done® (GTD®) a personal development experience. The name itself portends a boost in personal productivity. And yet Getting Things Done is not simply about getting more things done—although it does deliver on that promise. It’s about getting more of the right things done by changing the way you interact with your priorities, should-dos, need-to-dos, and even want- or hope-to-dos.
It’s this promise that hooks people in the beginning, but the benefits aren’t solely confined to individual workplace efficiency and workplace productivity. When GTD is adopted and fully implemented, its benefits extend to those around the individual practitioner. It changes the way the person engages with their own “to-dos,” and, because of that, it changes the way others engage with that person. Over time, it brings about an inside-out transformation.
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