Got Capacity? Not All the Business Hats Should be on Your Head

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30-minute webcast shows small business owners how to quickly understand their value and prioritize their various business roles and minimize the impact of distractions.

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Got Capacity? Not All the Business Hats Should be on Your Head

  1. 1. Got Capacity? <br />Not All the Business Hats Belong on Your Head<br />Presented by Joan Friedlander, Work Life Management Strategist<br />Happy, Healthy, Productive Humans @ Work<br />© 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />
  2. 2. © 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />Capacity – not too much, not too little, just right.<br />What is realistic – and most important to accomplish – in the time available?<br />
  3. 3. Multi-tasking<br />Unrealistic expectations<br />Wearing too many hats<br />3 Threats to Personal Effectiveness<br />© 20011Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />
  4. 4. Visionary/Planner:Set big-picture goals, strategy, industry trends<br />Responder/Deliverer:Services, inquiries, needs, fulfillment.<br />Developer:Of solutions, of products, of materials.<br />Which Hat(s) Fit You Best?<br />© 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />
  5. 5. Which Hat Fits You Best, cont.<br />© 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />Promoter/Connector:Marketing and sales, online and offline<br />Administrator:Filing, financials, word processing, & other support functions<br />Organizer/Manager: of workflow and of people<br />
  6. 6. Which hats fit you best revisited?<br />Big picture, leader roles<br />Admin or supportive roles<br />© 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do no copy or disseminate without permission.<br />Promoter/Connector:Marketing and sales, online and offline<br />Administrator:filing, financials, word processing, & other support functions<br />Organizer/Manager: of workflow, of people, of inventory<br />Visionary/Planner:Set big-picture goals, strategy, industry trends<br />Responder/Delivererservices, inquiries, needs, fulfillment. <br />Developer:Of solutions, of products, of materials.<br />
  7. 7. Spend 70-80% of your available time working on the projects represented by your most favored “hats”<br />Delegate or eliminate projects or tasks that waste your time<br />Schedule your top priority projects and tasks during your peak working hours.<br />3 Ways to Increase Effectiveness and Improve Productivity<br />© 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />
  8. 8. © 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />
  9. 9. A Day in the Life – Practical Application<br />Use the hat metaphor in your daily planning.<br />Keep a close eye on the things that waste your time and talents, and drain your energy. <br />Create a hat-wearing schedule plan<br />© 2011 Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br />
  10. 10. Home Study Programs available on www.LifeworkPartners.com<br />Do Less, Accomplish More – Just $29.95 for the ebook<br />Delegation Planning Kit , a Manual, Workbook and audio program – Just $59 for the ebook.<br />Additional Resources<br />© 2011Joan Friedlander – All Rights Reserved. Do not copy or disseminate without permission.<br /><ul><li>Free resources to help you Do “Less” & Accomplish More on www.JoanFriedlander.com</li></ul>Subscribe to blog posts: Happy, Healthy, Productive Humans @ Work”<br />Order“Put Yourself First to Get More Done” – 7 simple strategies you can implement quickly that will improve your effectiveness and free up your time.<br />Keep Asking: “What is realistic, and most important , to accomplish in the time available?”<br />

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