(Sold out) Getting Things Done



Speaker: Dirk Vercruysse

The "Getting Things Done” course is a 1,5 days training where you will practice the GTD self-management method. This training will help you clear your head, get in control and focus on what really matters in your life and job.

Managing your time at work has never been harder than it is today. Our attention spans are shorter and we expect information instantly. The mental skills needed for today's work environment where multitasking and heavy workloads are all too common, are increasingly rare to find.

The GTD approach to solving the information overload is a five-step process that turns your hectic overload into an integrated system of stress-free productivity. 

On the first (full) day (26/02), you'll learn to master the 5-steps workflow and lay the foundations of your own GTD system. During the second (half) day (27/02, 9-13h or 14-18h) you do the set-up of your GTD system (tool: Outlook) in a smaller group to allow a more individual approach and follow-up.

The training is aimed at junior and more senior profiles, useful for Account & Project Managers, Strategic Planners, Creatives and Management.

Every participant will receive the David Allen Company course materials. A fee per participant for course materials and usage license (200€) is included in the course fee.

The training will be facilitated by Dirk Vercruysse (Quidnunc), GTD lover and certified GTD trainer. Dirk has over 20 years of experience in ICT, training and in the communication industry.

Available seats are limited to keep the training interactive and efficient.

More information: www.quidnunc.be

ACC Hosted

  • Members only
    • Junior
    • Senior
    • Account & Project mgt skills
    • Personal skills
  • ACC Belgium Sint-Huibrechtsstraat 17 1150 Brussels
    • 26.02.2018 / 09:00 - 17:00
    • 27.02.2018 / 09:00 - 13:00
    • 27.02.2018 / 14:00 - 18:00
  • Members
    450 € + VAT

Cancellation Policy: Getting Things Done


Not too theoretical, but a very down-to-earth and directly applicable approach

Day 2, the practical stuff was very useful

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