Improving Your Personal Productivity (1.25 Hours)*
In this course, learners explore how to identify the people in an organization who help attain goals. Course participants learn the skills that maintain solid, mutually beneficial relationships to advance a career. The course covers the essential communication and professional networking skills needed to establish a solid network, including strategies for building rapport with new contacts during networking opportunities and best practices for maintaining a network so that business contacts can help with attainment of career goals. This course dives into the importance of managing relationships and ways to build effective relationships by recognizing agenda and management style. Finally, the course addresses strategies for building strong professional relationships with supervisors and for aligning with supervisors.
Approval Number: 20-867402
Provider Number: 50-31808
Improving Your Personal Productivity – 1.25 Hours
Organize Your Physical and Digital Workspace
Organizing your physical and digital workspaces is a great way to be more productive. When you declutter your workspace, you can improve many aspects of your work day, including your ability to concentrate, achieve targets, and become more efficient. This course will help you increase your productivity by showing you how to organize and maintain both your physical and digital workspaces. You’ll learn the rewards of organizing your workspace and find out what a productive workspace looks like. You’ll learn how to use your organization skills to manage your digital workspace. And finally, you’ll find out how to make your new clutter-free life last by making organization a habit.
Avoid Procrastination by Getting Organized Instead
Procrastination reduces your productivity while causing you stress at the same time. Procrastinating is a habit that causes urgent and difficult tasks to pile up as you studiously avoid them. Developing and applying organization skills, you can declutter your schedule and avoid putting off work that demands your attention. In this course, you’ll learn about the reasons people procrastinate, and the benefits of organizing your time. You’ll learn how to build self-discipline and combat time wasters, as well as how to bring more organization to your day. And finally, you’ll explore how to set priorities and how to say no when you need to.
Maximize Your Productivity by Managing Time and Tasks
The amount of time available to you is constant – you can’t buy more and you can’t save it for later. However, by managing your time, you can increase your productivity. And the better you understand your own personal productivity, the easier it will be to manage your time effectively. In this course, you’ll learn about how you can use task management to maximize your productivity. You’ll discover the benefits of using time management and assessing the value of your tasks. You’ll learn about benefits of setting goals and how productivity is tied to your ability to assess time and set priorities. And you’ll also learn about the process of “chunking” your time and how to use different types of to-do lists effectively.
Achieve Productivity in Your Personal Life
A busy personal life has a direct correlation to your productivity level at your job. By getting control of your productivity at home, you can improve your productivity work too, making you better able to stick to schedules and meet deadlines by reducing the stress and distractions that come from trying to juggle home and work at the same time. In this course, you’ll learn how to prepare for trips, plan personal and household tasks, and become more organized as a parent. You’ll also explore tips for achieving an effective work/life balance and taking care of your personal health and well-being.
Anyone in a position to control the content of an educational activity is required to disclose to the accredited provider their relevant financial relationships. In accordance with these standards, all potential conflicts of interests have been resolved. An individual has a relevant financial relationship if he or she (or spouse/domestic partner) has a financial relationship in any amount occurring in the last 12 months with a commercial interest whose products or services are discussed in the course content over which the individual has control.
The course SME reports no financial relationships relevant to the content of this course.
Methods and CE Requirements:
This online course consists of a combined total of 4 learning modules. Individuals are eligible to receive a total of 1.25 hours of continuing education by completing all modules within this course. Participants must complete the media-based video lectures, lesson tests and all required course components to claim continuing education credit.
Martinsburg College shall furnish a written statement of completion to each participant who completes each continuing education program. The statement shall be signed by the instructor or an individual designated by the instructor and shall contain the name of the continuing education program; the number of credit hours; the date of the continuing education program; the name of the participant; and the approved provider number.
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