"I wish there were more hours in the day." If you find yourself saying this, then I think I can help! Being more productive at work means less stress, projects advancing more quickly, fewer last minute crises, more confidence and getting out of the office on time.
Unfortunately, as everyone knows you can’t squeeze more hours out of a day. So I have dedicated a fair amount of my time to researching and testing ways to save time at work.
Let me show you a way to be even more productive at work as a project manager. In fact, let me show you several ways as this bundle covers a lot!
This bundle contains:
Productivity for Project Managers ebook: 26-page ebook with proven tips to help you get more done at work
Productivity Checklists for Project Managers: Daily, weekly and monthly checklists for the things you really need to focus on to stay productive and keep your projects moving forward
Project Status Reporting Made Easy: 47-page ebook detailing 7 steps to faster, more effective project reporting
Resource Guide for Change Communication: A guide to easy-to-use tools to make your project communications pop so you can engage stakeholders more effectively
This is a digital download. No products will be shipped.
All the ebooks, templates, checklists and bundles are digital files.
I'm unable to provide technical help, due to the variation between different IT systems.
Training courses are provided via the Teachery platform. You will get an email with your login details. If you do not receive them, please get in touch and let me know - I will make sure you have access to the course materials.
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How to unzip a .zip file:
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