The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity
Participants learn to make high-value decisions using the 21st-Century time-management skills of decision, attention, and energy management combined with powerful planning processes.

OVERVIEW

Supported by science and years of experience in time management, this solution not only produces a measurable increase in daily productivity, but also provides a renewed sense of engagement and accomplishment.

Participants learn to apply a process that will dramatically increase their ability to achieve their highest priorities in the midst of unprecedented distractions.

The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity combines timeless principles with current neuroscience research to help better manage decisions, attention and energy to consistently make choices that give the greatest return on time.

The 5 Choices


Choice 1: Act on the Important; Don’t React to the Urgent
How to discern the important from the less and not important. How to increase your ROM (Return on the Moment) in the midst of fierce distractions.

Choice 2: Go For Extraordinary; Don’t Settle for Ordinary
How to guide your decision making through a framework of what success looks like in your current most important roles.

 

Choice 3: Schedule the Big Rocks, Don’t Sort Gravel
Tips and Tools to plan weekly and daily to execute with excellence on the most important things.

 

Choice 4: Rule Your Technology; Don’t Let it Rule You
Need we say more? Make technology work for you, not against you. Turn your technology into a productivity engine.

 

Choice 5: Fuel Your Fire, Don’t Burn Out
Simple yet critical ways to increase energy so you can think clearly, make good decisions and feel more accomplished at the end of every day.

 

“No one understands time management and productivity better than the researchers and consultants of FranklinCovey. ‘The 5 Choices’ provides new, exciting, and above all, practical insights that can help you cope with your overwhelming workload and realise your full potential, in and out of work.”

—Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.D., Associate Director,The NeuroLeadership Institute