If I Had a Productivity Coach, What Would We Work On?
As a productivity coach, we might work on some of the following:
- Making key decisions and designing strategies
- Prioritizing actions and projects
- Catching up and getting ahead
- Time Management
- Task Management
- Getting Organized
- Reducing email overload
- Using technology like Outlook to handle daily tasks, schedules, etc.
- Calendar and Planning
- Paper Management
- Taking projects to completion
- Implementing processes and systems to make work run smoother
- Eliminating wearing ALL the hats
- Advancing career
- Reducing day-to-day stress and frustration
- Saving Time
- Maximize results with less effort
- Prioritize more effectively
- Beat procrastination
- Get the most from your technology
- Conquer clutter on your desk and in your brain
- Spend less time on email
- Improve your time management skills
- Delegate effectively
- Find a good balance between paper and technology
- Cope with a heavy travel schedule
- Improve your follow-up for increased sales
- Save time, energy and money
For more on what productivity coaching entails, click HERE.
I’d like to recommand a goal setting tool at http://www.GoalsOnTrack.com, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals and todo lists, and supports time tracking too. It’s clear, focused, easy to navigate, worth a try.
Jasmine, thanks for the suggestion I will check it out. May be great for my clients.