Think Productive UK are delighted to announce that Grace Marshall will be joining us as ‘Productivity Ninja’ for the West Midlands. The unique role of ‘Productivity Ninja’ involves working with our clients in the region to deliver our range of productivity workshops (such as our famous ‘Getting Your Inbox to Zero’) and helping people to tackle stress and increase their productivity through our public workshops. Grace will also work with potential clients to assess their productivity issues and help them get from information overwhelm to clarity, momentum and control.
Since its launch in 2009, Think Productive UK have recruited ‘Productivity Ninjas’ in the South West, South East and London regions, so Grace’s recruitment brings our work to a totally new audience. Grace is the author of “21 ways to manage the stuff that sucks up your time” and is also a prolific blogger and tweeter on productivity, making her a perfect addition to the team.
Founder of Think Productive UK, Graham Allcott said:
“We’re delighted to be working with Grace. She’s fitted in really well with the team already and brings a whole a new set of perspectives: as a fellow-author, as a working mum juggling life and work, as a blogger and webinar host and as a coach. We’re really looking forward to working with Grace and expanding our work in the West Midlands in the next few months.”
Grace Marshall said:
“Think Productive UK are leading the way in productivity training. I love their passionate, practical, playful and human approach to productivity. ‘Not enough time’ is the single biggest challenge that I help my coaching clients to solve, so I’m thoroughly looking forward to working with Think Productive UK to bring their innovative workshops to the Midlands. I’m honoured and excited to be part of the team.”
If you’d like to come and experience a Think Productive UK workshop, we are running ‘How to Get Things Done’ in Birmingham and Manchester this month
Birmingham – Nov 23rd 2012 and March 15th 2013
Manchester – Nov 22nd 2012, May 17th and Nov 15th 2013 http://www.thinkproductive.co.uk/public-workshops-manchester.html)