5 - 12
4 x 120 minutes
Remote style of work today is very different from how we work in the office. Many of the traditional approaches of managing tasks and time do not work in home office. In the conditions of remote work, we need a special approach. A flexible system that will help us to become more productive in these conditions, ensures efficiency and help to avoid burnout.
The purpose of the training is to support participants in successfully adapting to remote work, while maintaining the required level of productivity and keeping work-life balance in a remote environment.
OUR PROGRAM is based on the Getting Things Done method (GTD) developed by the American author, David Allen, and adapted to remote work circumstances. This method is a reliable basis for optimizing the management of your tasks and time in remote mode. Complemented by life hacks, progressive ideas and tips for organizing remote work, this approach will help ensure productivity, experience progress and gain control over remote reality.
During the program, participants will get acquainted with 4 key principles that will help set up an effective approach to remote work. They will get acquainted with the complex system and begin its implementation during the training. They will be able to reorganize their workplace, learn how to use tools and techniques that will make them more productive and allow them to experience less stress in remote work.
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