Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done

Change the way you engage with work and life with Getting Things Done® training.

Getting Things Done® (GTD®) training teaches individuals how to increase focus on the most meaningful work, organize information, prioritize commitments, create mental space for innovation and achieve stress-free productivity. It’s productivity with purpose, or in other words—getting more of the right stuff done.

Focus on What Really Matters

Research shows that mental clutter, or information overload, has significant negative effects on our productivity, relationships, happiness and overall quality of life. It’s the stuff that keeps us up at night, reduces our focus on what’s important and prohibits us from making progress on what really matters.

“Small things done consistently in strategic places produce major impact.”
– David Allen

In GTD training, you will receive:

  • Participant Toolkit
  • GTD Road Map
  • GTD Model Card
  • GTD Mat
  • Mind Sweep Cards
  • Getting Things Done, The New York Times bestselling book

Who Needs Getting Things Done® Training?

Getting Things Done® training is for anyone that wants to create major results through strategic, small-scale action. Enroll in this workshop to learn how stress-free productivity skills translate into higher reliability and performance.

Registration

The cost to attend is $169, which includes all materials and lunch. The registration fee covers only a portion of the workshop. The other costs are covered by the Kansas City Metropolitan Healthcare Council. No refunds will be given if you are unable to attend. You may transfer your enrollment to another employee. Email Kathy Nadlman if you are registered and unable to attend.

Upcoming One-Day Workshop

The following programs are scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Download/Print Registration Form

Click the link to register online.

  • November 3 — Saint Luke’s South Hospital, Overland Park, KS

Print and mail the registration form to pay by check. Click on the online link to pay by credit card.

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Sponsored By

Kansas City Metropolitan Healthcare Council

For More Information email Kathy Nadlman or call her at 913/681-5525.