The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity work session is my second course that I have taken from FranklinCovey and I must say that these workshops have assisted me with my position as an Administrative Assistant to a Chief Executive Officer. As this role depends on my ability to stay organized and most importantly, exert extraordinary productivity to my boss and my division. Therefore, I feel that this course has provided me with the tools I need to be a highly effective leader.
Contributed by a 5 Choices participant
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“Immediately following the 1st session, the team’s language had changed as had the approach. They started questioning where a proposed activity would sit in the time matrix and whether or not they should act on it or discard it.”
Contributed by a 5 Choices webinar participant, January 2012, United Kingdom
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