Still Smashing It: Productivity science for fast-growing teams | Spark Festival
You've got a big ambitions. You want to drive towards them without your team burning out or quitting. But in the craziness of start-up life, what could sustainable productivity look like?
In this practical working session we'll follow the research to design your ideal working schedule, and discuss how to turn it into reality amongst a fast-growing team. The results: get more from your time, guaranteed.
In this session you'll:
- Create your ‘ideal’ peak-productivity schedule based on the latest time management research
- Explore the diversity of time preferences and how to work with them
- Learn a range of tailorable strategies to regularly achieve your ideal, despite less-ideal realities (in work and life)
- Leave with your own action list to create change in your individual schedule and team culture
Individual Admission (+ weekly check-ins):
This ticket admits 1 individual, and includes 4 x weekly check-in emails after the session to keep you accountable and provide the support you need to implement lasting behaviour change. If you're engaged, I can guarantee > 2 extra hours per week of high-value time in your schedule. You decide what that's worth to you.
- Team Admission (+ discount on future workshop):
Bring along your teammates to trigger a shift in your start-up's time culture, creating shared time awareness and accountability for lasting change.
Team workshop ticket admits any number of individuals from one organisation, and entitles you to a 10% discount on an in-house follow-up workshop tailored to your team's priorities and challenges.
About your host: Jenna Polson, Founder of TimeBeings
TimeBeings helps start-ups and scale-ups smash their goals sustainably. Combining clients' time data with the latest research, TimeBeings develops highly-targeted time management strategies, for behaviour change that’s measurable, lasting and guaranteed.
This event is hosted by TimeBeings founder Jenna Polson, who is dedicated to helping the start-up community address their bad reputation for burnout and attrition. She has a background in communications, facilitation and data-analysis. Alongside her founder role, Jenna is a wife, mum, Christian, volunteer, chicken keeper, novice gymnast and traveller.
Find out more about TimeBeings and past attendee's results at https://timebeings.com.au/
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