10 ways to save time using ChatGPT and AI

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A unique 3-hour open webinar

09:30 – 12:30 

ChatGPT, along with other AI tools, aims not to replace the human touch in management, but to enhance it. By addressing repetitive, daily tasks, these tools free up managers to concentrate on core responsibilities like strategic decision-making, team development, and innovation.

This half-day webinar is being delivered by our lead consultant, Graham Roberts-Phelps.

Graham Roberts-Phelps

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10 ways to save time using ChatGPT and AI

A 3-hour webinar

As we move further into the digital age, integrating tools such as ChatGPT isn’t a luxury; it’s the future of proactive leadership. In this guide, we’ll delve into 10 practical ways through which AI can elevate your efficiency and refine the quality of your work.

Key benefits

There are six key benefits from attending this programme:

  • Gain familiarity with prominent AI tools in the market.
  • Efficiently compose and respond to emails.
  • Generate concise summaries of complex reports and data.
  • Obtain quick insights, data, and research across varied topics.
  • Streamline the writing of articles, training notes, and posts.
  • Craft interview tests, form relevant questions, and design checklists for the hiring process.

Who should attend?

Anyone can attend this session! You do not need any prior knowledge of AI or ChatGPT.


A thoroughly enjoyable, very practical and relaxed half-day session, led by one of our most popular trainers. The group size is limited to 15 participants.

Expert trainer

Graham specialises in providing high-quality consultancy, coaching and training in sales, sales management, customer service, and personal productivity.

He had a long career in sales – becoming a top-performing IT and solutions sales professional and sales manager and later Managing Director of Sales Productivity and Development for Thomson Financial, helping develop a large European sales force – before setting up his own training and consultancy practice, working with a huge range of organisations developing people at all levels to achieve higher standards of performance.

He has been training, coaching and consulting since 1993, and has personally trained some 30,000 people (both face-to-face and ‘live online’), in 25 different countries, from hundreds of different organisations spanning almost all industries and types of business.

Graham believes that effective learning has to be participative and interactive – his learning events are built around practical exercises, role-play and case studies. His training style focuses not just on explaining new ideas or developing new skills, but also on motivating people to use them and to develop themselves as individuals – in essence, to create real change. Graham manages to achieve the right balance between style and substance, content and format. Participants leave with many practical, proven and often original ideas.

Feedback from Graham’s sessions are always incredibly positive:

‘Brilliant course, really interesting and very focused to my job role and day to day work.’

‘A very intensive course and a lot of concrete tools provided.’

‘A very useful course for anyone who has to negotiate in some form as part of their role.’

‘Covered the different elements within sales and provided some good ideas.’

‘Extremely well presented and structured’

‘Full of useful hints and tips which I will apply to my job.’

‘Graham has a great attitude, a wealth of knowledge and is always referring to real life examples and in most cases his own examples.’

‘Graham is obviously experienced in front line sales and negotiation roles which comes across – good presentation style and very engaging.’

‘Graham was exactly what you want from a trainer – very knowledgeable, the practical experience to back up the skills/techniques being covered, engaging and very approachable.’

‘Graham was very approachable and made everyone feel at ease. Graham was also engaging and the pace and the break-out sessions worked well to keep the momentum up.’

‘Some good negotiation pointers no matter what level of sales you are at.’

‘The course was tailored around our business which helped when completing the role play activities.’

‘The course will make you think differently and also understand how and when to negotiate in different circumstances not just business.’

‘Thought-provoking on how to approach negotiations differently.’

‘Took away some very good ideas that I can use every day… good examples too.’

‘Useful data, tools and insights – engaging and interesting as always.’

‘Very confident in the subject, and amusing too. Made the course very interesting. A very clear good sales model to use going forward.’

‘Very good… contained everything we do on a regular basis and problems we have come across… the exercises made it very interesting too.’

‘Very knowledgeable’

‘If you think you know it all, there will be something here you don’t.’

Workshop outline

1 Streamlining emails

An inbox can be a goldmine of information but also a significant time drain for managers. Here’s how to optimise it:

  • Drafting responses: Give the AI a brief, and watch it craft a well-structured response.
  • Sorting and prioritising: By employing user-defined rules and keywords, ChatGPT can flag important emails, ensuring no vital communication slips through the cracks.

2 Efficient report writing

Reports, especially routine ones, can be time-intensive. Here’s a smarter approach:

  • Automate content: Supply key data points to the AI, and let it weave them into an insightful report.
  • Proofreading: Lean on ChatGPT for grammar checks and consistency, ensuring each report remains crisp and error-free.

3 Rapid research

From competitor insights to market trends, research is a pivotal part of management.

  • Data synthesis: Feed raw data to the AI and receive succinct summaries in return.
  • Question-answering: Pose specific questions about a dataset to ChatGPT and extract swift insights without diving deep into the entire content.

4 Reinventing recruitment

Hiring can be a lengthy process. Here’s how to make it more efficient:

  • Resume screening: Equip the AI to spot keywords and qualifications, ensuring that only the most fitting candidates are shortlisted.
  • Preliminary interviews: Leverage ChatGPT for the initial rounds of interviews by framing critical questions and evaluating the responses.

5 Enhancing training

Especially for extensive teams, training can be a monumental task. Here’s how ChatGPT can assist:

  • Customised content: Inform the AI of your training goals, and it will draft tailored content suitable for various roles.
  • PowerPoint design: Create visually appealing slide presentations on any topic in minimal time.

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If you’ve got any requirements at all around this training, please just give us a call on 01582 463464 to talk it through.