Find out how powerful the Getting Things Done® (GTD) methodology can be at our upcoming Introduction to GTD First Steps Workshop. We are committed to helping people reclaim time, free up mental space and become super efficient in work and personal life. 

Getting Things Done® is the world’s most popular system for personal productivity and is based on productivity guru David Allen’s New York Times bestselling book, Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. GTD teaches simple skills for reducing stress and creating high-productivity work and life habits.

Our Getting Things Done Training brings practical productivity skills to life for the modern learner yielding improved individual effectiveness, project efficiency, meaningful productivity, team innovation, and better relationships.

In this introductory webinar, we’ll introduce you to the GTD framework and teach you the basics of how to build a personal productivity system. You’ll learn some of the innovative and ground breaking ways to improve personal efficiencies and productivity such as how to reduce mental clutter to achieve stress-free productivity.

Your Presenter - Stephan Jenner

Passionate about organisational and individual productivity, Stephan is dedicated to improving productivity at both an individual and an organisational level. Stephan’s focus is not only on getting things done, but getting the right things done at the right time.

Stephan Jenner is the owner of GTD’s Australian distributor, Telus Partners and also IT services company Future Logic, a 20+ year veteran Managed Services organisation.

Stephan is a certified Coach and trainer in Holacracy, Getting Things Done (GTD) and Making a Difference. When he’s not busy organising he can be found behind the BBQ and was crowned WA Tongmaster in 2011 and went on to compete in 2012 at the Annual Capital BBQ Cook-off in Lexington, North Carolina.

His dream is to one-day combine business retreats, BBQ-ing and his love of tropical destinations under one beach umbrella.

Webinar Schedule

Please select the workshop you are interested in attending below.

Please note that all times are for Sydney local time. NZ times will be 2 hours later.

Duration: 60 minutes