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Managing Behaviour in the Workplace: Topic 5 - How to improve your productivity and focus


This activity is presented by Neuresource.

Gain an understanding of why the brain can only deal effectively with one complex task at a time, and how mismanaging this can dramatically impact on your efficiency. Understand why walking away from a problem can be the best way of solving it, why meetings with long agendas are often a disaster, and why never-ending task lists just don’t work. 

Topics can be purchased individually or as a 7-part series, Managing Behaviour in the Workplace: http://store.charteredaccountantsanz.com/Managing-Behaviour-in-the-Workplace-Series


Content Description

In this activity we explore a number of simple techniques to enhance personal productivity and focus. We will explore contemporary research that challenges existing business practices and examine new ways of working which support your brain to perform at its best.


Learning Outcomes

Upon satisfactory completion of this activity you will be able to:


• Identify why the brain can sabotage your productivity.
• Summarise key concepts around contemporary approaches to improving productivity.
• Employ at least four tools that enhance productivity and focus.


Key Benefits

Understand the science behind why your brain so easily sabotages your performance and the four simple strategies you can easily apply to keep you focused and improve productivity.


 

*NB: Purchase of this topic includes access to the complimentary Foundation module 'Who's driving your behaviour? You or your brain?' This module focuses on how to improve interaction and performance in the workplace through an understanding of how the brain drives behaviour and influences responses to its environment.

Presented by Neuresource.


EVENT DETAILS


Topic: People & Leadership

Sub-Topic: Personal Effectiveness

Format: Recorded Webinar

Proficiency Level: Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced

CPD: 1 hours