Our Most Recent Case Studies
Why Productivity matters:
21st-century knowledge workers and leaders are paid to think, plan, communicate, and execute with excellence. Overwhelming distractions, multiple projects that never end, and the inability to communicate well can make anyone feel useless, voiceless, and disengaged.
The mindsets, skillsets, and toolsets of the Productivity Suite work together, enabling knowledge workers and leaders to perform at their peak every day.
Case Study- Microsoft
The 5 Choices became an integral part of training at Microsoft.
Case Study – Halton
Halton uses The 5 Choices to create a common language, increase productivity, and spend time on the important, rather than the urgent.
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Kory Kogon explains the process of The 5 Choices and how it can help your organization.
All Productivity Solutions
The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity®
Learn to make high-value decisions using the 21st century time management skills of decision, attention, and energy management, combined with powerful planning processes.
Project Management Essentials for the Unofficial Project Manager®
Learn a four-step process for skillfully managing projects, large or small. This proven approach helps project managers and their teams craft and deliver high-quality projects on time and within budget.
Discover how to craft presentations around essential objectives, present key concepts and ideas with power and enthusiasm, and design and present effective visuals.
Time Management Essentials
Our most requested course showcasing our best thinking in time management and prioritization. Time Management Essentials: Powered by The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity measurably increases the productivity of individuals, teams, and organizations.
Time Management for Microsoft® Outlook®: Powered by The 5 Choices
This LiveClicks interactive webinar teaches participants to stop “living in their inbox” and start prioritizing tasks, messages, contacts, and appointments. More than just tips and tricks, if you use Outlook and receive over 10 emails a day, this is a “must take” workshop.