The right productivity coach helps you save time and get more done. If you’ve read the article on productivity hacks for entrepreneurs, you’ll know why.
Learning from blogs, books and courses can be a great start. But a qualified expert can understand your time-management goals, point out the areas you can improve and tailor-make the process to help you achieve them.
After researching on the web across different sources, I’ve compiled a list of time management experts.
In this blog, I’ll give you a short overview of their services, how you can connect with them and give a rough range of their budget.
1. Chris Bailey
If you read our article on the best productivity blogs, you’ll find this name on that list! Chris Bailey runs the famous ‘A Life of Productivity’ blog and ‘The Time and Attention’ Podcasts.
He’s undoubtedly one of the most well-known productivity experts out there.
He coaches executives and consults companies. Apart from that, he’s also a keynote speaker at various events. You can get in touch with him via this contact page.
2. Julie Morgenstern
Julie Morgenstern is a well-known author, speaker and productivity consultant. She has worked with a range of clients from – employees, managing partners, working professionals trying to balance their career and professional life to entertainers and fashion designers.
Her work isn’t just limited to individuals. Her team also conducts workshops for groups and teams.
One of her driving beliefs is that getting organized is a learnable skill. Anyone can master it.
Her approach to working with clients can be broken down into 3 simple steps: First analyzing the problem, then strategizing a solution before taking action.
You can check out her coaching page for more details.
3. Ellen Faye
Ellen started her journey as an entry-level manager. Within 6 months, she was leading a department of 80 people. And in the next 6 years, she became the youngest general manager of the Hilton Hotel chain.
She credits a large part of her fast growth to having the right systems in the right place.
Over the years, Ellen became a certified productivity coach as well as a leadership and business coach. During her journey, she has helped doctors, artists, and directors among many others to improve their skills with time.
Her approach involves prioritizing key tasks, simplifying routines, using technology and other tools as a means to boost productivity.
Her packages start from $999 for 4 hours of personalized consulting. That translates to roughly $250 for an hour.
4. Grace Marshall
After being fed up with the lack of time issue, Grace knew she could do better. Her impatience led her to the world of optimizing this super precious resource. And today, she’s a time-management coach and a qualified NLP practitioner who helps individuals get more done!
She works with individuals, corporate teams, and organizers and conducts group workshops.
You can get in touch with her via her coaching page.
5. Elisha Klien
Elisha has spent more than 20 years working in corporate and freelance roles in the technology sector. As a result, he has good experience working in a corporate setup.
He’s a time management coach, helping business owners and leaders become more productive and improve their systems.
His coaching philosophy involves understanding his client’s goals and then tailoring a plan and schedule that’s realistic enough to achieve those goals.
His coaching isn’t limited to individuals. He also works with business teams and groups.
And the best part? You can book a free 30-minute virtual consultation call with Elisha via this page.
6. Jeff Sanders
He’s not just a productivity coach but also the founder of The Rocking Productivity Academy and also hosts a podcast that talks about time management strategies.
In fact, his podcast has been downloaded more than 10 million times and has over 400 episodes! So there’s plenty of free content you can learn from here.
For a private 1-1 session, Jeff’s rates start from $250/hr. You can book a session with him through his coaching page.
7. Craig Jarrow
He’s the man behind the Time Management Ninja blog. And he also offers private coaching to help individuals improve their productivity.
Among many others, his specialty includes:
- Email Management
- Work-life balance
- Using technology to save time
The monthly coaching plan starts off with a 60-minute discovery call. Here, you discuss your goals and Craig provides you with the strategies. Once the call is over, you receive an action report summarizing the strategies and the steps you need to take moving forward.
Then you get three 30-minute calls, one every week. This is to help you stay accountable and overcome any issues you might face during the journey.
As a bonus, you also receive an e-book and an e-workbook to help during the journey.
This entire monthly package starts from $599. You can find more details on their private coaching page.
8. Melissa Gratias
When one struggles to manage their time, it’s easy to shame oneself for being inefficient. In such cases, you need someone who patiently encourages you to do better. And one of Melissa’s tools for encouraging change is using kindness!
Dr. Melissa Gratias started her journey as a productivity coach in 2007. She conducts virtual and live sessions with her clients and is also available for speaking engagements.
She can help not just manage your time better but also with managing information overload, team productivity and process improvements.
Every 2-3 weeks, you get on a 50-minute call with Dr. Melissa. The calls are hosted on platforms like Zoom or Skype. And after each session, the client receives notes and action points of the things discussed during the call.
You can find more details on her website page.
9. Don Wetmore
Dr. Don Wetmore is the founder of The Productivity Institute and helps leaders and executives manage their time better.
He has held time management seminars in over 500 companies worldwide and helped over 100,000 people get better with the finite resource they have every day.
You can get in touch with their team here.
10. Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Redefining the meaning of success helped Elizabeth manage her time better. It all started with realizing that working longer hours and not being able to do the activities she enjoyed had to stop.
That’s when she decided to fix a set number of hours to work during the week. At first, it was hard – every hour ‘not spent working’ felt awful.
But after some days, it became a part of her lifestyle. She was forced to learn how to optimize her active working time.
Fast forward a few years, Elizabeth became a time-management coach.
Today, she offers 1-1 coaching as well as group training, has achieved some fantastic results for her clients and featured in top media publications like Forbes, Inc, Fast Company and Harvard Business Review.
A productivity coach helps you manage your time better to get more done in less time. They use different tools and techniques to help you optimize time.
Many certified productivity coaches are often business coaches, life coaches and vice-versa.
An expert time management coach can understand the reason behind poor time management skills and help you optimize for it.
Remember, the right guide can accelerate your growth in years!
Hello! It’s Rana here. On this blog, I write about productivity and self-help. I share my personal experiences and offer solutions that you can use in your life 🙂