Love your Productivity and Time Management Toolkit! Step-by-step ‘how to’ user guide with detailed tool descriptions and outline. (30 pages)
We want you to LOVE your coaching tools, so this guide is part of a series to help you use your Toolkit more effectively. We describe each tool in the toolkit, its purpose, how and when to use it, give additional tips AND identify which tools work in coaching sessions, as homework, in workshops or teleseminars and group coaching!
Whether you use the Productivity and Time Management Toolkit as a sequence of tools to help your clients manage their time better, or dip into the tools 'a la carte' as and when you need them with each client, this user guide will help.
These Productivity and Time Management Tools specifically help your client be more productive and reduce their stress through better time, action and priority management. They also raise awareness as to how our clients spend their time - and perhaps get in their own way.
These tools are ALL incredibly useful for today's client who is typically trying to manage multiple competing issues and demands on their time. After completing this set of tools, your client will have a great set of time management tools and techniques to practice and apply.
Chock full of practical tips, techniques and concepts, the time management tools in this value pack help your clients transform, prioritise and make better use of the time they have.
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