what's this course about?
While it might seem that you're doing two things at once when you're multitasking, in reality your brain is going through a stop/start process as your attention switches quickly between each activity. Splitting your attention like this reduces your energy levels, affects your concentration, and makes it more difficult for you to achieve your goals.
The good news is that there is another way to approach tasks and improve your performance. In this course you'll learn how to focus and choose where your attention goes so that tasks and goals can become less exhausting, more achievable and more fulfilling.
what will you get out of it?
You'll understand why multitasking sometimes feels enjoyable and why many of us are so easily distracted. Through practical activities, you'll experience and appreciate the advantages of doing 'one thing at a time'.
By the end of the session, you'll have practical, step-by-step techniques that help to improve your focus, let go of interruptions that might distract you and keep your attention firmly on the task in hand.
after completing this course you will be able to
- use techniques, tips and methods to create a productive state of flow
- notice your tendency to multitask and understand why you're so easily distracted
- respond better when faced with competing demands
- stay focused for longer
is this course for you?
This course is for you if you often try to do two or more things at once and never feel like there is enough time to finish your projects and tasks or if you'd like to improve your ability to focus.
Delegates need to be open to some self-analysis within a safe and supportive environment.