The Ultimate in Advanced
The core philosophy behind the Executive Productivity Program is based on the theory of neuroplasticity. We believe that throughout our lives our brain keeps growing because of its incredible capacity to learn and develop new patterns.
We are committed to improving productivity, whether it’s simplifying operations or making courses more straightforward, we do everything possible to ensure that our students are equipped with techniques that enhance productivity.
OUR LEAD FACILITATOR
An avid scholar, Oyiks has a sterling educational history. She is a graduate of three prestigious ivy league schools. Harvard Business School, Oxford University, and Cambridge University. Which are three of the top five ranking schools in the world. She is also a graduate of the highly-rated London school of business and finance which ranks among the top 15 schools in the United Kingdom.
THE HOTSPOT FOR
No matter how hard we try, no one can be 100% productive, 100% of the time without having the right disciplines, mindsets, and work ethics. We all have states of being more productive, whether it’s at a certain time of the day, working in a specific location, or listening to music. Learn your own habits and become self-aware about your productivity patterns.
REWIRE YOUR THINKING
What they're saying
I liked the interactive nature of the program. The instructor was great at explaining the new skills and getting us to participate in activities that helped us learn how to apply them.
I believe the skill sets reviewed in this program such as time management, and attention management are critical to our success as individuals.
I enjoyed the presentation and interactive session. The instructor shared several interesting, relevant examples and stories that made the learning experience engaging.
Adaku Stella Sanda
The training really opened my eyes to how to be more productive and effective in not just my work life but also my personal life. I can't wait to practice what I learned.
Mba Chidi Olughu
Course Content for Module 2
Class 1: The Process of Automatic Thinking (November 19th) 10 am -11 am (GMT +1)
Class 2: The Process of Automatic Behavior (January 7th, 2023) 10 am -11 am (GMT +1)