Getting Things Done® (GTD®) Training teaches people how to efficiently manage workflow so they can focus on the right priorities, execute projects more effectively, and avoid burnout and stress.
Participants learn skills to manage the constant flow of requests, tasks, and interruptions experienced at all levels of the organization.
The GTD skills free up time and focus and enable learners to better apply their expertise and perform to potential.
Applied consistently, the GTD skills help people increase productivity and decrease stress.
Get things done efficiently on the projects and in the moments that matter most.
Getting Things Done Training is based on the work of David Allen—inventor of the GTD methodology and the widely recognized leading expert on personal and organizational productivity.
Combining David’s research with VitalSmarts’ powerful and proven instructional design, Getting Things Done Training brings practical productivity skills to life for the modern learner—yielding improved efficiency, productivity, and engagement.
Getting Things Done Training is available in two delivery formats to address the diverse needs of your organization.
Bring in a VitalSmarts Trainer or certify an internal trainer to teach GTD skills to your employees.
Join a VitalSmarts Master Trainer in our facilitated virtual classroom and learn GTD from the comfort of your home or office.
We offer continuing education as a service to our clients. GTD Training is accredited by the following organizations:
Contact us to learn more about how GTD can help your organization improve effectiveness, execution, and engagement.
Updated and re-released in 2015, Getting Things Done brings together decades of research to introduce a gold mine of insights and strategies for getting a lot more accomplished with much less effort.
“The entire GTD approach has boosted not only my productivity but also my wider well-being.” –Daniel Pink, author of “Drive”
“Getting Things Done offers help building the new mental skills needed in an age of multitasking and overload.” –Sue Schellenbarger, “The Wall Street Journal”
“David Allen drops down from high-level philosophizing to deliver the fine details of time management. Take a minute to check this one out.” –Mark Hendricks, Entrepreneur