Duration: A One–Day Course
“What if we stopped celebrating being busy as a measure of importance?” – Greg McKeown
There has been a great deal of coverage in the press (both national and international) about a move away from the traditional working practices of most businesses towards a more efficient and effective way of running a business based on the four–day/thirty–hour week and/or flexible working.
This course looks at how a business can transition to new working practices whilst identifying areas of effectiveness and ensure that there is no loss in overall profitability, or preferably even an overall increase in profitability, as a result of working shorter hours. The course introduces methods of evaluating the move towards shorter hours and the effects (both good and bad) of remote working.
We look in detail at how the four–day/thirty–hour week can help in the move towards ‘net zero’ for the organisation along with many benefits.
In order to achieve this objective, we start with a new definition of work time which puts everything into perspective and enables new and innovative decisions to be taken about the effectiveness of a working day.
How do we effectively deal with the trauma of email?
Dealing effectively with meetings and other interruptions.
How do I manage my time effectively?
Implementing the concept of ‘less but better’.
At the end of the course you will be able to take what you have discovered back to your
business and implement the techniques quickly and effectively.
“Time waste differs from material waste in that there can be no salvage.” – Henry Ford
For further information: https://www.wellsassoc.co.uk/training/