Wish you could get the work you wanted to done, without being sidetracked by new tasks and requests? The trick is to work out what is important and what you have space for. This means getting better at planning, prioritising, and sometimes saying no. Learn these key productivity skills in small bites with our new microlearning courses, that make it easier to work smarter not harder.

Greater productivity means getting more done with less time or effort. But have you ever reached the end of the day, only to discover that barely half of the items on your to-do list have been completed? Perhaps you've found yourself wishing you could focus more on the tasks you had originally planned, rather than getting entangled in meetings or constantly responding to a flood of emails and new requests.

If this scenario sounds familiar, rest assured, you're not alone. Many of us grapple with overwhelming workloads, making it challenging to allocate time for everything we intended to accomplish during the working week.

Boosting productivity without adding more to your plate may sound like a distant dream, but it's achievable. It often involves better time management, more effective prioritisation, and thorough planning. 

Sometimes, it means reducing the number of meetings you attend or learning how to decline requests without causing offense or being perceived as uncooperative.

While sustaining a high level of productivity isn't always straightforward, incorporating new habits or making a few adjustments to your work approach can help minimise reactive tasks, increase efficiency, and create room for what truly matters. All while reducing stress.

Tools you can apply straight away

If you're seeking to learn practical techniques and strategies that you can try immediately without spending tons of time sifting through lengthy materials, these microlearning modules are at your disposal.

Comprising six short modules, these sessions address topics such as streamlining meetings, improving boundary-setting skills, and confidently saying no.

 Each module presents a straightforward yet practical tool and idea that can be implemented right away, saving you time and instilling beneficial habits for enhanced productivity. 

The modules are designed to help you and your team work smarter, not harder.

These tools work!

We’ve run the strategies and tips these modules contain with thousands of people in all sorts of organisations, and stand by them as some of the most powerful methods for making work better.

If you’re looking for a way for you and your team to work smarter and be happier and less stressed, we highly recommend them.