Introducing Society 1 Skills Scrum
These bite-sized learning sessions cover simple topics in practical ways, which you can easily apply to support you and your business. Regular in house sessions at Society1 hosted by members and friends of the Society1 Community, you don’t have to be a member to attend simply sign up for the session via this link. Places are limited and courses are popular so we do ask if you find you cannot attend please let us know so someone else can take your place.
They are small focused groups designed to be help and support you in a specific area within your business.
The next in our Skills Scrum series is:
Workflows That Work For You.
How to plan your projects effectively, keep your clients ecstatic, and still have energy at the end of the day.
Brought to you by Mich Bondesio in association with Society1.
If you don’t have a system to keep you, your work and your communications organised, then it’s easy to become overwhelmed by your projects. This impacts on your ability to deliver good work on time, and to your client’s expectations, and may end up costing you money.
What you need is a method for managing your time, clients, projects and wellbeing better.
In this Skills Scrum, we will explore ways to set up and track your workflow, so you can manage your time, clients and projects in a more focused, efficient, productive and supportive way.
Workflow is the set of actions we follow when we define, execute and automate our business processes. It includes the tasks, information, documents, outputs and deliverables that are passed between you, your clients and your suppliers.
In this session, we’ll look at:
What your workflow should take into account, to stay on top of all the bits you need to do, from project start to project success.
How to simplify your processes and systems for maximum efficiency and organisation.
Rituals that will help you stay focused, creative and productive, so you can rock your clients socks, without feeling overwhelmed or over-stressed.Click to book your place online