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Circle of Excellence presentation - Leadership meeting in Bali, Indonesia

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http://www.GetMomentum.co - here's a slide deck of a presentation made to the top sales group at a multi-day offsite in Bali. …

http://www.GetMomentum.co - here's a slide deck of a presentation made to the top sales group at a multi-day offsite in Bali.

The purpose of the presentation was to:

Inform
Inspire
Instigate

Information in the form of a research-based presentation outlining the main factors of experiencing productive days.

Inspire in a way that each participant could go back and implement an idea or two that could/would make them a bit more productive.

Instigate to take action. To future-cast out 8 months from now, and wonder, "What would need to happen to make my goals come true?"

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  • 1. Welcome Transform to #Better
  • 2. Jason@WomackCompany.com
  • 3. Think Communicate Organize
  • 4. Better   adjective:        more  excellent  or  effective  quality
 noun:        the  better  one;  that  which  is  better   verb:      improve  on  or  surpass
  • 5. Growth:     What  do  sales  leaders   believe  will  make  the   difference  in  their   professional  growth  ?
  • 6. Goals of this work • Build Resilience • Develop Professional Skills • Improve Productivity
  • 7. Build Resilience A capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness
  • 8. Think
  • 9. develop Professional skillsexpansion, extension, development, progress, advance, advancement, headway, spread, rise, success, boom, upturn, upswing
  • 10. Communicate
  • 11. Improve productivity the effectiveness of productive effort
 esp. in industry, as measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input
  • 12. Organize
  • 13. ideas  for  email  organization just  send  an  email:   ! TO:  outlookdashboard@womackcompany.com   ! SUBJECT:  Outlook  Dashboard
  • 14. Growth:     What  do  sales  leaders   believe  will  make  the   difference  in  their   professional  growth  ?
  • 15. page 9 (in Chapter 1)
  • 16. 1) Set a goal
      Clearly  identify  the  “where”  (or  “what”)   2) Be consistent
      Learn  to  practice  (valuable)  behaviors   3) Take action
 Always  ask,  “What  can  I  do  about  this?”
  • 17. • Jason@WomackCompany.com! • Mobile # 805-798-1362! ! • I’ll send you that Microsoft® Outlook® information AND Ch. 1 of the book right away…
  • 18. amygdala! a roughly almond-shaped mass of gray matter inside each cerebral hemisphere, involved with the experiencing of emotions.
 
 ORIGIN late Middle English: via Latin from Greek amugdalē ‘almond.’ hippocampus! the elongated ridges on the floor of each lateral ventricle of the brain, thought to be the center of emotion, memory, and the autonomic nervous system.
 
 ORIGIN late 16th cent.: via Latin from Greek hippokampos, from hippos ‘horse’ + kampos ‘sea monster.’ hypothalamus! a region of the forebrain below the thalamus that coordinates both the autonomic nervous system and the activity of the pituitary, controlling body temperature, thirst, hunger, and other homeostatic systems, and involved in sleep and emotional activity.
 
 ORIGIN late 17th cent. (denoting the part of the brain at which a nerve originates): via Latin from Greek thalamos
  • 19. amygdala! a roughly almond-shaped mass of gray matter inside each cerebral hemisphere, involved with the experiencing of emotions.! ! ORIGIN late Middle English: via Latin from Greek amugdalē ‘almond.’ hippocampus! the elongated ridges on the floor of each lateral ventricle of the brain, thought to be the center of emotion, memory, and the autonomic nervous system.! ! ORIGIN late 16th cent.: via Latin from Greek hippokampos, from hippos ‘horse’ + kampos ‘sea monster.’ hypothalamus! a region of the forebrain below the thalamus that coordinates both the autonomic nervous system and the activity of the pituitary, controlling body temperature, thirst, hunger, and other homeostatic systems, and involved in sleep and emotional activity.! ! ORIGIN late 17th cent. (denoting the part of the brain at which a nerve originates): via Latin from Greek thalamos
  • 20. ?
  • 21. What  time  of  the  day   is  your  favorite?
  • 22. Who  is  someone  who  has   positively influenced   you  this  year?
  • 23. Your  brain  is designed  to   answer  specific   questions  you   ask.
  • 24. Productivity  
 step  1 December  2014
 What  can  you  imagine  needing  to   have  been  “set  up”  by  then?
  • 25. Productivity  
 step  2 What  are  the  resources   (networks,  conferences,  books,   courses)  you’ll  need  to  consume// join/check  out?
  • 26. Productivity  
 step  3 What  is  a  step  you  can  take  the  week   after  next  to  “create  opportunity”  in   your  life/work  this  year?
  • 27. Productivity  
 step  4 What  support  or  accountability  do   you  need  to  set  up  today  in  order  to   make  that  possible?
  • 28. Here  I  had  the  video  of  Roger  Federer   explaining  his  view  of  strengths… http://wmck.co/FedererVideo http://wmck.co/RogerFedererArticle
  • 29. When  Are  You  “At  Your  Best?”  
  • 30. Knowing  what  it  takes  to   perform  is  like  speaking  a  2nd   (or  3rd  or  4th...)  language.
  • 31. 7  days  a  week...   and  86,400  seconds  a  day  to   “choose”  back  in
  • 32. What  are  4   ingredients?
  • 33. 1. _________________   2. _________________   3. _________________   4. _________________ “I  am  at  my  best  when...”  
  • 34. Time   Conditions  
  • 35. Review  your  “at  my  best  when”   daily  (multiple  times...)
  • 36. What  does  the   word  ideal   mean  to  you?
  • 37. satisfying  one's  conception  of   what  is  perfect;  existing  only  in   the  imagination;  desirable  or   perfect  but  not  likely  to  become  a   reality;  representing  an  abstract   or  hypothetical  optimum  
  • 38. satisfying  one's  conception  of   what  is  perfect;  existing  only  in   the  imagination;  desirable  or   perfect  but  not  likely  to  become  a   reality;  representing  an  abstract   or  hypothetical  optimum  
  • 39. the  ideal day  process
  • 40. Think about FOUR 
 (4) words or phrases to describe your “ideal day”
  • 41. What  are  elements  of  an   ideal day  of  meetings?
  • 42. meetings 1. _________________   2. _________________   3. _________________   4. _________________
  • 43. What  are  elements  of  an   ideal day  of  planning/ thinking?
  • 44. Planning/Thinking 1. _________________   2. _________________   3. _________________   4. _________________
  • 45. What  are  elements  of  an   ideal day  traveling?
  • 46. Traveling 1. _________________   2. _________________   3. _________________   4. _________________
  • 47. on Television
  • 48. Racing Triathlon
  • 49. With Friends
  • 50. With Family
  • 51. 3  factors  regularly  BLOCK   professional  advancement
 1.  Homeostasis   2.  Your  (Social)  Network   3.  Context
  • 52. ONE  factor  that  gets  in  the  way   of  leadership  development
 1.  Homeostasis   2.  Your  (Social)  Network   3.  Context
  • 53. Homeostasis:     the  tendency  toward  a  relatively   stable  equilibrium  between   interdependent  elements
  • 54. 4  ways  to  maximize
 
 resource management  
  • 55. Goals of this work • Build Resilience • Develop Professional Skills • Improve Productivity
  • 56. Build Resilience A capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness
  • 57. develop Professional skillsexpansion, extension, development, progress, advance, advancement, headway, spread, rise, success, boom, upturn, upswing
  • 58. Improve productivity the effectiveness of productive effort
 esp. in industry, as measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input