Find out the top 40 favorite applications and eTools of productive workers. Get the latest tools, sites, iPhone and iPad applications to turbo-charge your work and simplify your life. Then discover how to select the right tools for your needs, evaluate your productivity system and develop a framework that gets things done. Learn about different new productivity tools each week, while also blending an evaluation of your own productivity needs. After completing this course you will work more efficiently and uncover more time in your day. 

 

One month; Jennifer Selke, instructor; $245 
 
Agenda
 
Unit 1: Getting Things Done Tools and a Framework
Create an outline your framework for getting things done
Identify the productivity problem your are trying to solve
Select and evaluate a ToDo tool or application
Learn what crowdsourcing is and how can it help you get more done
Tools and Tips of the Week
 
Unit 2: Supercharge Your Email and Inbound Communication
Learn the various ways messages get to you and how to triage them
Get your email inbox to zero every day
Discover other tools for communication
Tools and Tips of the Week
 
Unit  3: Digital Hoarding, Collecting, and Storing Information
Organize your digital information and research from passwords to photos
Learn what cloud storage and backup solutions are best for you
Using google forms and sheets to collect and sort data
Tools and Tips of the Week
 
Unit 4: Calendaring, Scheduling, and Creating More Time
Determine what sort of calendering techniques
Learn the insider tricks to google calendar
Discover ways automation tools and theming can help create more time in your day
Tools and Tips of the Week
 
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$595.00 USD
$245 USD

Ave. hours 16, 1.6 CEU's/ILU's
 


About Your Instructor

Dr. Jennifer Selke is dedicated to helping people find jobs they love that best utilize their strengths and to helping companies engage workers for maximum impact and value. Teaching people how to apply their strengths to their productivity systems is a part of her coaching practice as she has a natural tendency to maximize her time by finding the best tool for the job. She has worked with a wide range of companies and organizations both large and small developing high-potential individuals to become the next generation of thought leaders.
 
Course Objectives
  • Understand what sort of tools and systems support productivity
  • Learn what support you need and which tools to employ to further your coals
  • Discover how to consider eTools, their features and benefits
  • Learn how the age of digital requires new storage systems
  • Consider where you can add other people into your productivity processes
 
 
Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, you will:
  • Have a framework for how you get things done and you will have tools to us
  • Use advanced email and computer features to your day
  • Understand how crowd-sourcing and cloud storage can secure your data
  • Learn where you can save time by using different online tools
  • Know where to find eTools and how to evaluate them.
Completion Requirements