Acquiring this transferable business skill will give you the ability to always:
- Use motivational techniques to improve productivity and maintain a healthy body to beat procrastination
- Use a series of anticipatory tactics and strategies to manage your time and environment to minimise procrastination
- Analyse what causes procrastination, how this can become a critical problem and what is an ideal approach to address it
- Set goals in a way that increases the likelihood of achieving them and use goal setting to eliminate procrastination
- Use self-tracking to monitor yourself and increase your self-awareness to avoid procrastination
Procrastination is about leaving important tasks and instead focusing on low priority tasks. If unchecked, it can significantly affect productivity, motivation and running out of time. The problem with procrastination is that we all suffer from it to an extent. Addressing it is ultimately about bringing it under control so that general productivity is not affected.
There are many reasons behind procrastination and it is not just a matter of being lazy. The roots of it can be traced back to childhood upbringing, educational background, the need for perfection, self-esteem and lack of motivation. As a result, avoiding procrastination requires a more systematic approach than just aiming to have discipline as is usually the approach taken by most people.
Who should attend
Duration / Time / CPD Points
One Day / 8.30am until 1.30pm / 5.5 CPD Points
SRA Competency: A2(1)
£696.00 per delegate (price includes VAT / Refreshments / Lunch and Personal Workbook) – limited to 12 delegates
Five Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1LG