The Art of Focused Work

The reality of our world today is that we are practically available 24/7, at any time, on one of a number of devices we all have at our finger tips. It means however that our day is constantly being hijacked by distractions and interruptions.

The struggle many of us face is that while we are busier than ever we feel far less productive. It is no surprise that according to several surveys; 76% of us feel drained at the end of the day and report that less than 1 hour of focused and productive work is possible. It often leaves us feeling that our day had been put into a blender and shredded to bits! All this leads to increased stress and decreased creativity & productivity.

This workshop will help you learn to leverage the way YOUR brain & body works best and develop personal strategies to achieve your own sustainable ‘peak performance’.

Learn how to:
Discover YOUR focus stealing culprits.
Identify, separate and schedule work that requires deep and shallow focus.
Learn the rules and how to develop a ritual to assist your deep work practice.
Reveal your peak performance zones and how to boost your body clock.
Walk away with:
A flexible skill set & a methodology to help you use your limited resources of Time, Focus and Energy to best effect.
A course workbook that captures important insights from the course.
Who Should Attend?

The ‘Focused Work’ workshops are designed specifically for anyone who feels there is never enough time in the day and that work has become like a ‘plate spinning’ exercise.

Choose your delivery method

This course can be tailored to your specific requirements:

  • Bite size masterclass - (2-3hrs)
  • Virtual or classroom (max 6-8)
  • Topic deep dive 1-2 day workshop
  • Open enrolment or intact for your company
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