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Not enough time or too many distractions? The 11 main reasons why you waste time

Sesión Flash | Spanish

March 24 OF 2020 from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM

DEFERRED EVENT. Soon we will inform you of the new date


How many more hours a week would you like to have? What changes are you making to your professional life with a view to striking a real home-work balance?

It is increasingly obvious that distractions are the real reason for a lack of time. Bad habits and time-wasters gradually and unobtrusively sneak into people’s lives and make them less productive. This workshop will pinpoint many of them and will offer ideas, strategies and methods for remedying them. 

How much longer are you going to wait before you deal with your addiction to distractions and time-wasters?

This flash session will combine the reasons for today’s time-wasters and bad habits with hands-on exercises. A user’s guide will help pinpoint individual problems, and there will be a group discussion of ideas and solutions.

Agustin Peralt (MBA 96)

PhD (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia) and degree in business administration (Universidad de Valencia). Consultant specialised in projects for executives and professionals in self leadership and management productivity.

After 15 years of management experience, Agustín has re-oriented his career towards training and management mentoring, and in the last four years he has directed more than 40 management productivity projects in both family firms and multinationals. He is the creator of the FASE method designed to enhance executive productivity. In October 2017, he published his first book, Lidérate, currently in its 4th edition, which outlines the cornerstones of his method.

He is currently in charge of a wide range of personal productivity projects for chefs in restaurants with 3 Michelin stars, directors and management boards in multinationals and management teams in all sorts of industries, to name but a few.

Formerly visiting professor at Amsterdam University for four years and currently at Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and ESADE.