This is an Emmaus for Business Programme
Rock Your Work And Have A Life.
A Unique Workshop To Dramatically Boost Your Effectiveness, Mindset And Life
‘Time Shift’ is a unique workshop created by Shane Craddock, that trains you in critical habits and success principles to help you get more out of your career, life and business.
It’s format is typically 3 morning or afternoon workshops spaced over 4 weeks designed to equip you with the mindset, habits and tools to get more of the real priorities in your life and business done.
Note: This event is held in 3-workshop format so to participate you must be able to attend all three workshops.
At The ‘TimeShift’ Workshop You Will:
- Learn how to get back a minimum of 30 days a year for ‘high priority’ work
- Learn simple ways to immediately boost your productivity
- Take a more strategic approach to your time and life
- Learn how best to start your day and to set yourself up for better results
- How best to manage interruptions
- How to stay focused on what get’s you and your company the best results
- Learn the one thing that has the biggest impact on your effectiveness (& most courses never mention this…)
***Previous participants report a minimum increase in productivity of 30% after one week alone.***
Who Is This For?
Anyone interested in boosting their productivity, results and overall satisfaction in business and life. Ideal for individuals and teams.
Workshop Facilitator: Shane Craddock
The course will be run by Shane Craddock, who has over sixteen years experience as a business advisor and performance coach to companies at all levels, from SME’s to global multinationals. Core to his success with his clients are his unique insights into how to get the best from your time. Shane has developed unique material that will save you hundreds of wasted hours and add boost your performance. It’s a real art to find the simple things that make the biggest difference i.e. the 20% that impacts on 80% of your results. That’s the focus of the workshops. To show you how to make immediate changes that will impact on your productivity.
Find out more about Shane.
The Model Most People Use to Manage Their Lives is Out of Date.
Business has become ‘busy-ness’. More and more, people are finding that that they just can’t cope with the apparent demands being placed upon them. We all have one thing in common – 24 hours to use in a day. But how we use that time varies hugely from person to person. And never more so than now – the majority of people are using their time ineffectively because they are not using the right strategies.
There has been an explosion in information, and technology has changed the way we do work forever. As a result there will be a massive shift in the way we use our time – a TimeShift, which once understood change the way you look at and live your business and personal lives.
Here’s some findings from just one recent large scale study of business professionals:
- 40% of those surveyed said their inboxes are out of control
- 60% noted that they attend too many meetings
- 70% don’t plan their weeks in advance
- The majority said they lacked a sense of meaning, control, and achievement in the workplace
Here’s 3 points to consider:
- Most people have poor habits when it comes to using their time. We all are creatures of habit and our habits define our actions and ultimately our results. So doesn’t it make sense to learn the best habits when it comes to using your time?
- There are many time management systems available but most are not really suited to the Digital Age, where everyone can be connected and available 24/7.
- You can be busy every day, but ultimately really not get anything significant done.
With so much change happening, businesses are struggling to maintain and increase productivity. And figures like the ones above are not unusual. And part of the problem is that we are using an outdated model to manage our time. A model that was based on the ‘industrial’ factory age and not where we find ourselves – the information age/digital age.
Improving your productivity can impact some or all of the following:
- Results that matter most
- Your workload
- Quality of thinking
- Stress levels
- Confidence and self-esteem
- Health and energy levels
- Quality of sleep