Productivity Virtual Courses Directory

Business Training Works’ virtual classroom courses are interactive training programs facilitated by an instructor. As with our onsite training workshops, these classes target private groups and are delivered at a time convenient to us and you. The programs last between 90 minutes and two hours.

The courses listed in this directory cover topics related to time management and productivity. If there is a subject you would like to address but you don’t see it on our list, please contact us about custom course-crafting options.

Format Key

  • V – Virtual Classroom Training Course
  • VM – Multi-Session Virtual Classroom Training Course

SHORT PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

Tackling Time Management: Productivity Fundamentals

Solid time management skills are the key to getting the most out of the day. This course discusses the importance of focus and making good choices. It also addresses goal setting and the value of thinking strategically about tasks. Upon request, we can easily tailor this course to address the specific concerns a group may have about how they do their work and solutions to their time management and productivity challenges.

Rock the Clock: Time Management for Managers and Supervisors

Managers and supervisors face a range of time management and productivity challenges specific to those in leadership roles. This web-based course addresses those issues. The program covers such topics as thinking strategically about time, balancing management functions with everyday work, choosing the right tasks to delegate and monitoring what’s assigned, and evaluating progress against long-term goals. As with many of our productivity courses, we can tailor a session to meet needs specific to a group in advance if concerns are shared up front.

Meeting Management Fundamentals: How to Run a Successful Group Discussion

Poorly run meetings cost organizations thousands even millions of dollars each year. Dysfunction leads to morale problems, poor decisions, and a host of other issues that prevent a group from performing at its best. This course covers the fundamental skills needed to plan a facilitate productive group discussions: planning an agenda, selecting the right place, time, and people, managing participation, and troubleshooting common problems.

Harnessing the Power of Healthy Habits: Tips and Tricks for Managing Everyday Stress

It’s impossible to go through life without encountering stress at some point. The key to surviving the experience is knowing how to deal with tension, anxiety, and discomfort. This web-based stress management program explains stress, describes its positive and negative impact, offers tools for handling what can be controlled, and suggest coping skills for managing factors that can’t or won’t change. Upon request, we can tailor this course to specifically address any workplace stressors shared in common by the participants.

Making Minutes Meaningful: How to Take Great Notes Without Going Nuts

In both formal and informal meetings, someone is usually responsible for documenting conversations and creating formal minutes or follow-up notes. Few people look forward to wearing the minute-taker’s hat. Determining what to write and how to write it can be hard work! This course aims to make the process easier. The program covers a range of best practices and offers concrete suggestions for capturing what matters in meetings.

Virtual Training Workshops