Event Description

Getting Things Done (in person training)

Oct. 08, 2020

Optional Course - QNET Certificate in Management Development (CMD) 

7:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - in person course*
Location: QNET - Suite 660, 175 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg


* If you are interested in a virtual offering of Crucial Conversations, please email mail@qnet.ca as we may also offer it virtually later in October. The virtual course takes place over five mornings.



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Getting Things Done Training teaches skills individuals can immediately apply to better focus on the most meaningful work, organize information, prioritize commitments, create mental space for innovation, and achieve stress-free productivity.


Combining research with powerful and proven instructional design, Getting Things Done (GTD) Training brings practical productivity skills to life for the modern learner – yielding improved individual effectiveness, project efficiency, meaningful productivity, team innovation and relationships. 

Who needs this training?
Are you always busy but rarely productive? Do you start your day with good intentions and finish further behind? Are you letting others (or yourself) down because you don’t follow through on commitments? If you are falling victim to work overload, modern-workplace chaos, and the overwhelming anxiety that comes from too much to do (and not enough time), this training is right for you. GTD Training uses a common language and system to help individuals, teams and organizations manage their mind, time, space, stress, and productivity.

TURN CHAOS INTO CONTROL
Learn a system to reduce mental clutter and take control of your thoughts and tasks.

ALIGN FOCUS AND ACTIONS
Learn practical skills to reduce decision fatigue and focus on next actions.

INCREASE PRODUCTIVE MOMENT
Gain skills that, when applied consistently to the right tasks and projects, create more stress-free, productive moments.

IMPROVE INDIVIDUAL EFFECTIVENESS
With productive moments, yield increased reliability, efficiency and effectiveness in the projects and moments that matter most.

GTD Training includes classroom instruction, learning activities and videos to teach you the skills you need to focus your attention, prioritize commitments, and increase personal productivity.


GTD Training Course Details

  • Introduction – Learn The Five Steps of Workflow Mastery.
  • Productive Experience – Explore: Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.
  • Capture – Learn to collect 100% of everything that has your attention.
  • Clarify – Take what you have captured and decide what it means.
  • Organize – Sort your actionable items into appropriate lists.
  • Reflect – Review your lists to determine what to do next. Keep your lists current and clean.
  • Engage – Use your system to take appropriate actions with confidence.
  • Taking Action – Create an action plan to implement the five steps.

Course Agenda (in person training) here.

 

Participant Materials (in person training):

  • Getting Things Done book by David Allen
  • GTD Participant toolkit that includes a Jumpstart Booklet, GTD Workflow Map, GTD Methodology Guide, I&I Web Series. 


Facilitators:

Tamara Kerr, Leader of Tamara Kerr Consulting is Managing Director, Vital Smarts Central Canada. She spent 15 years in senior leadership before becoming a consultant specializing in leadership development, coaching and team effectiveness. Praised for her engaging and warm facilitation style, she brings a lighthearted approach to training while being serious about the value of enhancing daily interactions. Tamara emphasizes the importance of quantifiable impact beyond the training event with action plans for integrating skills to achieve results.

Rhonda Barry has been involved with corporate training and development, both nationally and internationally, for over 35 years. She designs and delivers programs and workshops from process and systems training to leadership, sales, team development and train the trainer. Rhonda is certified in Getting Things Done, Crucial Accountability, Crucial Conversations, Influencer, and Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTITM). She was a finalist in the YWCA Women of Distinction awards and has been profiled as an Inventive Woman in Canada for her innovative and successful training. 

 
This workshop is: 

Fees: 
- QNET Members: $759.00 + GST  QNET member list
- Event Partners (see list below): $759.00 + GST
- Non-Members: $899.00 + GST 
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Event Partners:
(Members of the following organizations receive the partner rate for this event)
- APICS Winnipeg Chapter (APICS)
Manitoba Aerospace

 

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