Top tips from a Productivity Ninja

Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the working day? Or are you regularly taking your work home with you?

You are not alone! Health and safety professionals are notoriously time-strapped. As a result, you are probably unable to spend as much time as you would like on the shop floor and your work/life balance may be unbalanced – much to the annoyance of family and friends.

To help you make the most of every minute in the day, Grace Marshall – an official ‘Productivity Ninja’ – will be hosting a game-changing seminar at our upcoming event: Safety Network Live in Bracknell on the 27th September. During her 60-minute session, Grace will engage, inspire and equip you to make practical changes to the way that you work.

Grace Marshall (option 1)

A key focus of the session will be examining the nine characteristics – including ruthlessness and agility – that will help you to become more productive. Grace, a best-selling author, will be giving tips and advice throughout the seminar, which you can use immediately to implement positive change.

Grace said:

“Those planning to attend my session should be prepared to be inspired and challenged, before leaving with a positive new outlook on productivity. With so many distractions and interruptions these days, it can be incredibly difficult to tick off items from to-do lists and this leads to people constantly feeling stressed and concerned about their jobs.

“As a Productivity Ninja, it is my job to give people simple advice on how little changes can make a huge difference to their lives – both at work and at home. We want people to have the ability to work creatively and strategically, rather than reactively.”
The event will be taking place at 3M’s headquarters in Bracknell, Berkshire, on Tuesday 27th September and at Old Trafford, Manchester on Tuesday 4th October.
If you would like to attend, please register at www.3M.co.uk/safetynetworklive

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