corporate training PROGRAMS

 

find your focus, boost your productivity - 1.5 hours

Participants engage in “Big Picture” thinking about how they actually spend their time.   This interactive session provides specific tools that are easy and effective.  Employees leave with tangible ways to increase focus and productivity while reducing stress.   

Goal:    For participants to improve performance and productivity

Topics include:  Assessment of how we spend our time, realities of multi-tasking, mindfulness, tips and strategies for increasing focus.

 

enhance your effectiveness - 1.5 hours

Participants learn more about managing day-to-day tasks as well as long-term projects. By understanding when and how they work best, employees can structure their workday more effectively.  Tools and tips are identified to save time, better prepare, and create better habits. 

Goal:    For participants to improve efficiency and effectiveness

Topics include: Windows of peak performance, managing expectations, maximizing preparation, meeting management, communication, and workplace organization.

 

Priority Management – 3.5 hours

Includes all of the topics covered in the two programs above with additional depth and discussion.

Goal:    For participants to gain greater control of their time so they are more productive, effective, less stressed, and happier.

Topics include:  Assessment of how we spend our time, realities of multi-tasking, mindfulness, tips and strategies for increasing focus, windows of peak performance, managing expectations, maximizing preparation, meeting management, communication, and workplace organization.

 

Priority Management for IT Professionals – 2 x 2.5 Hour Sessions

Information Technology (IT) Departments have a unique set of daily challenges. From break and fix requests to emergency system repairs, the daily workflow among IT professionals is constantly in flux.  Participants in these sessions are taught all of the concepts above with special consideration given to IT-specific concerns. The second session culminates in a case study that mimics the distractions, interruptions, and challenges these professionals face daily while building teamwork and understanding across functions.

Goal:    For participants to learn practical strategies that enable them to be proactive in their approach to tasks, aware of their priorities, and flexible in their planning.

Topics Include: Assessment of how we spend our time, realities of multi-tasking, mindfulness, strategies for increasing focus, windows of peak performance, managing expectations, time blocking, meeting management, communication, and workplace organization. There will also be discussion surrounding specific concerns related to IT and a case study that ties together the concepts taught.

 

Mastering Your Workday for Administrative Assistants – 1.5 HourS

Participants learn to better manage workload, day-to-day tasks and long-term projects.  Emphasis is placed on the importance of supporting all team members (including peers) and the art of balancing multiple bosses. Employees learn to structure their workday more effectively by understanding when and how they work best while prioritizing tasks based on importance and urgency. Communication and individual learning styles are addressed to improve performance and better manage expectations.  

Goal:    For participants to leave with tangible, easy-to-implement ways to be in control of workflow, increase productivity, improve communication, and reduce stress.

Topics include:  Managing work from multiple bosses, prioritization, creating a solid support system, identifying windows of peak performance, preparing for each day, expecting the unexpected, understanding learning styles, and creating habits.

 

Priority Management for College and Graduate Students – 1.5 Hours

College Students

This program discusses the realities and pitfalls of multi-tasking, the importance of mindfulness, and ways to gain control of your time.  Students learn more about managing day-to-day tasks as well as long-term projects.  By understanding when and how they work best, participants can structure their days more effectively, allowing time for leisure activities in addition to classes, assignments and studying.  Tools and tips are identified to save time, better prepare, and create positive habits.

Goal:    For participants to gain greater control of their time so they can improve performance and reduce stress.

Topics include: Multi-tasking, mindfulness, tips and strategies for increasing focus, windows of peak performance, time blocking, and productivity tips.

 

Priority Management for Women Professionals – 1.5 Hours

This session covers many topics relevant to men and women as well as issues more specific to female professionals. Participants engage in “Big Picture” thinking about how they actually spend their time.  Challenges related to having a career while dealing with childcare and aging parents are discussed along with recent research findings.  Employees learn about managing day-to-day tasks as well as long-term projects and leave with specific, easy-to-implement tools to save time and better prepare.

Goal:    For participants to gain greater control of their time so they are more productive, less stressed, and happier.

Topics include:  Assessment of how we spend our time, realities of multi-tasking, mindfulness, time audits, interruptions, managing tasks, windows of peak performance, and time blocking.

 

Facilitate Effective Meetings - 1.5 hours

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Participants acquire specific knowledge about how to conduct meetings that engage participants while recognizing the value of their time. Specific tools and processes are discussed to enable employees to hold valuable meetings or make the decision not to meet at all. 

Goal:    For participants to run more productive meetings that make all participants feel that it was a good use of their time.

Topics include:  Agenda preparation, meeting options, cost-benefit analysis, idea generation, action steps and follow-up.

 

additional services

Ms. Danzger is available for off-site meetings and will gladly create custom programs to meet your specific needs.  She is also available for individual consulting.