The 7 Habits of Highly Productive & Efficient People
>> Event Overview
In an increasingly busy world and noisy digital age, the ability to maximise productivity and efficiency can be a massive challenge. By exploring ways to filter information, and how to organise our minds, our professional workspace and indeed our homes, this session will explore the 7 key habits that are adopted by highly productive and efficient people.
>> Learning Objectives
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
➢ identify the 7 key habits of highly productive and efficient people.
➢ understand how to apply those habits to your own professional and personal lives.
➢ implement a strategy to be more productive and more efficient in your professional and personal lives.
>> Speaker Biography
Jeff Heasman worked as a litigation executive and senior liability adjuster before branching out into language and psychology. Jeff holds both a bachelors and a masters of law degree, is a qualified language instructor and also a certified practitioner member of the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology as well as a member of the Association of Business Psychology. He delivers courses across the globe, either face-to-face or online. Jeff maintains a close connection to the industry by regularly providing consultancy in areas such as law and communication and he provides consultations with individuals and teams regarding cognitive skills, such as decision-making and problem-solving.
In 2020, Jeff graduated top of the class from the Yale School of Management Executive Education programme in negotiation strategies with a score of 100% across all modules and he is recognised as an expert in the field of negotiations within the insurance industry. Other areas of specialist expertise include insurance fraud, claims handling and the synergy between product design, brand promises, marketing messages and customer expectations. Jeff is currently completing a doctoral thesis with a Swiss business school, focusing on human v automated decision-making in insurance claims and its potential impact on customer trust.
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