Productivity in the workplace

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Productivity in the workplace
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About this session

We all wish we had more hours in the day, so how can we make the most of the 24 we have and not end up working for all of them? This time I'll be joined by business strategist, Karen Cook and Sarah Newland from Keyboard Smash to talk about how to be as productive as possible. We're never going to find the time to do everything on our to do lists, and if yours is misleading you, join us to find out how to focus on what's important and get your life back. We'll be sharing tips on prioritising, dealing with conflicting deadlines, as well as some hacks around managing email and avoiding overwhelm.

This session will cover how to: 

  • Identify what’s really important
  • Have new ideas about how to fit it all in
  • Feel less overwhelmed by to do lists!

Limit: 500 places

Karen Cook

Keyboard Smash


About Ways Of Working:

The coronavirus has affected many aspects of how accountants firms work but it has also presented an opportunity for practice owners to rethink what the working day looks like. 

With firms reassessing practice strategies post-lockdown, Whitman will explore how we can get the best from our firms as we enter the next normal. 

Zoe Whitman FCCA MICB is an accountant, entrepreneur, and coach to bookkeepers.  Zoe has 16 years' experience working as an accountant for the likes of the BBC and Lloyds Banking Group and made the move into self employment to build her award winning bookkeeping firm around her young family. Zoe's currently working with bookkeepers who want to get their businesses noticed.


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