Getting Things Done with David Allen

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Subject: Getting Things Done
Author: David Allen
Video: 180 minutes
Languages: English, Serbian captions
Includes: access for 6 months


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GETTING THINGS DONE

The Art of Stress free Productivity

In this session Mr. Allen will share: 
1. The reason we need a new set of best practices 
2. Why the concept "time-management" is a out-dated 
3. The two key factors for self (and organizational) management 
4. The five steps for gaining control of anything 
5. Setting priorities with the six horizons of focus 

 

Session 1 - Gaining Control and Focus -- The Core Elements of Stress-Free Productivity

Session 2 - The Critical First Step: Capturing What Has Your Attention

Session 3 - Clarifying: the Fundamental Thought Process for Getting Things Done

Session 4 - Organizing: Building and Using a Trusted System

Session 5 - Reflecting -- Building and Using the Right Orientating Maps for Staying on Course

Session 6 - Engaging -- Using Your System for Making the Right Choices about What to Do

DAVID ALLEN

World's Leading Authority on Personal and Organizational Productivity

David Allen is an international author, lecturer, Chairman and founder of the David Allen Company, a management consulting, coaching, and training organization. Since it was first published almost fifteen years ago, Getting Things Done has become the ultimate book on personal organization. “GTD” is now shorthand for an entire way of approaching professional and personal tasks, and has spawned an entire culture of websites, organizational tools, seminars, and offshoots. His thirty years of coaching and education of some of the world’s highest-performing professionals has earned him Forbes’ recognition as one of the “Top five executive coaches” in the United States, and as one of the “Top 100 thought leaders” by Leadership Magazine