GTD® Mastering Workflow Level 3, Focus & Direction: 15th September 2021 (VIRTUAL/LIVE)
|Wednesday, 15th September|
|This is a live and interactive virtual seminar, and will take place online|
|The seminar begins at 9am and finishes at approximately 5pm. There will be mid-morning, lunchtime and mid-afternoon breaks|
|Seminar materials will be sent by courier where possible, otherwise they will be sent as PDFs by email|
About the Course
This course helps participants to clearly distinguish the different Horizons of Focus® and how to utilise those frameworks to create, align with, and execute on any desired outcome across both work and life.
The focus here is integrity and quality of commitments and desired outcomes, and an understanding of the principles and power of outcome thinking and its effect on perception and performance as well as the ability to translate commitments cross-horizon. How does your strategic plan relate to the actions on your lists? How do the meetings in your calendar point to the larger and bigger things to affirm what you're about?
This level pulls together the idea of the 'ultimate map room'--i.e. the awareness and capacity to create, update, refine, and utilise the orientation tools that optimise our experiences--seeing the best things to see, at any time, from the best perspective.
It includes building awareness of the total 'life management ecosystem' and provides directions for building systemic support for creativity, innovation, and fulfilling engagements. What defines the reaches and limits of things that have your attention? How do you keep those boundaries current and appropriately sized?
This level is about creating the awareness, freedom, and capacity to "make it up, and make it happen"--no matter what--for the rest of your life.
Early bird rate
(valid until Wednesday, 4th August)
Standard rate: £495 + VAT
(valid from Thursday, 5th August)
FREE FOLLOW-UP WEBINAR:
As a participant of this seminar, you will be able to join a live 'Guided Weekly Review' webinar on Thursday 23rd September at 10.30am (for 60 minutes).