I love presenting time management keynotes and break-out sessions at conferences. I love being brought in by companies to do a half-day or full-day productivity training. Attendees will walk away with time management strategies that they can begin implementing immediately.
But what happens a couple of weeks after that presentation? What happens to the individuals who are struggling because they’re not used to thinking this way or implementing these time management strategies and tactics?
They need continued support so that they can be successful in the long term and not just the short term.
How can this be achieved?
I’ll be happy to put together a custom proposal for your company, but here are some time management training ideas:
*Provide your employees with unlimited access to my productivity assistance via email and phone sessions by retaining me for six to twelve months.
*Allow your employees to learn and apply knowledge at my monthly or quarterly onsite follow-on trainings.
*Give each one of your employees access to my on-demand webinar series of 43 time management modules. They’ll have access to these content-packed videos 24 hours per day so they can get help any time they need. A facilitator’s guide is available for companies that want to use these webinars for their own in-house training.
*Utilize a combination of the above.
There are plenty of ways to support your employees so that they can improve their productivity.
What’s in it for you?
Your employees will give you the same amount of output (or more!) in less time, which leads to
lower stress levels, which leads to
reduced absenteeism, which leads to
increased retention, which leads to
Plain and simple.