Getting Stuff Done

Get­ting Stuff Done

Get­ting Stuff Done: Per­sonal Devel­op­ment Boot Camp

Why are there so many dif­fer­ent orga­ni­za­tional sys­tems and time man­age­ment meth­ods out there? The answer is sim­ple: it’s like any other per­sonal chal­lenge, like weight loss or money management.

There is no sim­ple, one size fits all answer. You must build a solu­tion that works for you. Over the course of this two-​day work­shop, we will explore var­i­ous time man­age­ment and orga­ni­za­tional tools and tech­niques so that you can build a cus­tomized pro­duc­tiv­ity plan for your per­sonal and pro­fes­sional lives. At the end of the course, you will emerge with a plan that works for you, so that you can start regain­ing con­trol of your life!

How You Will Benefit:

  • Iden­tify what per­sonal effi­ciency is, includ­ing use­ful skill sets and attitudes
  • Explore what role long-​term goals play in short-​term effi­ciency and set a per­sonal vision, dreams, and goals
  • Study the 8020 rule and the Eisen­hower principle
  • Develop a plan for an effi­cient work­space, includ­ing a cus­tomized infor­ma­tion cen­ter and a fil­ing system
  • Learn about a sys­tem that will allow you to process any type of infor­ma­tion that crosses your desk
  • Explore why you pro­cras­ti­nate and develop meth­ods for tack­ling tasks
  • Develop ideas and tools to make your house­hold more pro­duc­tive and efficient

What You Will Cover:

  • Under­stand­ing per­sonal efficiency
  • Devel­op­ing the right attitude
  • Lay­ing the foundation
  • The build­ing blocks of a good orga­ni­za­tional sys­tem (includ­ing the 8020 rule)
  • Cre­at­ing the right environment
  • Set­ting up your info man­age­ment center
  • Man­ag­ing infor­ma­tion in six easy steps
  • Pri­or­i­tiz­ing your tasks with the Eisen­hower principle
  • Say­ing no
  • Cre­at­ing routines
  • Stop­ping pro­cras­ti­na­tion now (not later!)
  • Apply­ing our lessons at home

Intro­duc­tion and Course Overview
You will spend the first part of the day get­ting to know par­tic­i­pants and dis­cussing what will take place dur­ing the work­shop. Stu­dents will also have an oppor­tu­nity to iden­tify their per­sonal learn­ing objectives.

Under­stand­ing Per­sonal Effi­ciency
To start, par­tic­i­pants will explore what per­sonal pro­duc­tiv­ity means to them and oth­ers, and what it might feel like. We’ll also dis­cuss how per­sonal pro­duc­tiv­ity is sim­i­lar to (and dif­fer­ent from) basic time management.

Devel­op­ing the Right Atti­tude
This ses­sion will give par­tic­i­pants some use­ful atti­tudes to cul­ti­vate and some skills that they might want to work on. You will also dis­cuss why multi-​tasking is a myth.

Lay­ing the Foun­da­tion
Your daily and weekly task lists are in fact only the tip of your per­sonal to-​do list. This ses­sion will show par­tic­i­pants how to cre­ate a strong foun­da­tion for their daily plan: a vision state­ment, dreams, and goals.

The Build­ing Blocks of a Good Orga­ni­za­tional Sys­tem
After the lunch break, par­tic­i­pants will brain­storm a list of char­ac­ter­is­tics of a good orga­ni­za­tional sys­tem. You will also explore Pareto’s prin­ci­ple, also known as the 8020 rule.

Cre­at­ing the Right Envi­ron­ment
This ses­sion will focus on how to purge a work­space, design it for effi­ciency, and re-​organize it. We will also intro­duce our fil­ing sys­tem and our daily infor­ma­tion man­age­ment sys­tem: the incubator.

Set­ting up your Vir­tual Envi­ron­ment
Next, we will take a closer look at orga­niz­ing elec­tronic files and e-​mail.

Set­ting up Your Infor­ma­tion Man­age­ment Cen­ter
Day Two will begin with an overview of the four com­po­nents of an infor­ma­tion man­age­ment cen­ter: cal­en­dar, tasks lists, com­mu­ni­ca­tions log, and projects note­book. To rein­force learn­ing, par­tic­i­pants will review three case stud­ies and then cre­ate their own.

Man­ag­ing Infor­ma­tion in Six Easy Steps
This ses­sion will intro­duce the GOPHER model of han­dling infor­ma­tion. Par­tic­i­pants will then apply the knowl­edge to a case study.

Pri­or­i­tiz­ing Your Tasks
Next, par­tic­i­pants will learn how to pri­or­i­tize work with the Eisen­hower prin­ci­ple, also known as the urgent-​important matrix.

Say­ing No
In this ses­sion, par­tic­i­pants will explore dif­fer­ent ways of say­ing no.

Cre­at­ing Rou­tines
Par­tic­i­pants will dis­cover the impor­tance of rou­tine through an exer­cise and a large group discussion.

Stop­ping Pro­cras­ti­na­tion Now (Not Later!)
This ses­sion will give par­tic­i­pants some ways to tackle those tasks that they have been putting off. Par­tic­i­pants will also com­plete a Chal­lenge to Change.

Apply­ing Our Lessons at Home
The final ses­sion of this work­shop will give par­tic­i­pants to orga­nize key areas at home, includ­ing chores, exer­cise, and meals.

Work­shop Wrap-​Up
At the end of the day, stu­dents will have an oppor­tu­nity to ask ques­tions and fill out an action plan.

Short Descrip­tion

Why are there so many dif­fer­ent orga­ni­za­tional sys­tems and time man­age­ment meth­ods out there? The answer is sim­ple: it’s like any other per­sonal chal­lenge, like weight loss or money man­age­ment. There is no sim­ple, one size fits all answer. You must buil

Course Info

Two Days — 16 hr :

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