Part 4 — Improvements Based on Self-Diagnosis Are Different
You need to follow a different process when you’re improving your task management using your own insights
Gurus who offer general advice in task management make it sound easy. Just “follow me” they say. “It’s easy.”
Then they lay out a set of steps to implement, or an app to start using. They don’t offer much by way of transition. Change management is your problem.
But when you’re unable to duplicate their success, you’re unsure who to blame. Even worse, you don’t know what to do differently the next time.
Why is This Important?
It’s hard to give people tools to make their own improvements in any field. Task management is no exception. However, a sound process helps the learner grow, whether they have great successes or not.
What’s the Link to the Rapid Assessment Program (RAP)?
We use the ETaPS approach to driving improvements in RAP. The acronym stands for: Evaluate, Target, Plan and Support and it’s meant for individuals who are driving their own improvements, based on their personalized insights.
Find out more about the MyTimeDesign Rapid Assessment Program in this webinar.
P.S. Check out more details about the ETaPS approach here.