Do you ever finish a working day feeling like you haven’t done enough? You remember starting out with a clear plan and a to-do list but, by the end of the day, your list seems to have got even longer.
Happiness, they say, is a guaranteed outcome of being consistently productive. But it can be hard to get started. That’s where this course can help. Learn how to set clear goals, use time management tools and stay motivated to get into a productive flow.
Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills to enable our learners to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career.
Productivity skills enable an individual to always strive to be better, improve and grow. Learning is an important aspect of Consistent Productivity. To achieve professional goals efficiently, one must be productive. This means getting the work done within a predefined time.
Consistent Productivity can be developed with concerted efforts. Making a routine, and sticking to it, is one way for starters. Task lists also help keep track of what needs to be done and what remains. Staying on top of their to-do list is the mark of a productive professional.
Career progress depends on how efficient a professional can be and their productivity skills. Meeting targets, delivering work on time and achieving goals is driven by someone’s daily productivity. Being productive can even motivate people to improve the quality of their work. Paying attention to detail while meeting deadlines is one way to be productive.
Some examples of being productive at work are time management, quick decision-making, focusing on strengths to be more productive, focusing on personal growth and creating a routine. Another way that adds to productivity skills is taking breaks in-between work. This ensures professionals get the time to recover and recharge before diving right into work.
Harappa programs that focus on Being Resilient as a Thrive Skill are the Young Talent Bootcamp and First Time Manager Program.
Other Thrive Skills under SOLVE are Creative Solutioning, Execution Excellence, Efficient Prioritization, Performance Orientation and Multi-Disciplinary Approach.