Getting Things Done® . . . Doing what Matters - 2017
Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center
14 Mechanic Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
When: Thursday, April 27, 2017
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am
Workshop Organizer: Mary Jane Russell of Saint Michaels College
NERCOMP Member: $145
Your fee includes unlimited am and pm break and lunch.
A hands-on seminar, featuring highlights of David Allen’s “Getting Things Done®” (GTD®) methodology, including the five phases of workflow and the natural project planning model. Learn practical suggestions about how to put GTD® to work for you—personally and professionally—from long-time GTD practitioners. Perfect for those new to GTD®, and for those with some exposure who would like to identify and address gaps in their systems. Bring your laptop, or iPad, or paper planner to begin setting up your own personalized GTD® system.
In the afternoon we’ll tie in concepts from Greg McKeown’s “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” and other sources – exploring what matters most in our own lives, and learning how to eliminate trivial activities and execute vital activities more efficiently.
• Knowledge of a “gold standard” process to clarify your roles and goals, and to organize projects and next actions
• An implementation plan for designing a personalized GTD-based productivity system
• Inspiration to transform your life, both personally and professionally
Registration includes David Allen's new book.
Registration is limited.
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