Your Best Just Got Better - a webinar for Citrix
 

Your Best Just Got Better - a webinar for Citrix

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This is a book about you and helping you be more effective and productive. ...

This is a book about you and helping you be more effective and productive.

Productivity is about far more than time management, and, like life, that is the basic focus of just one chapter. In fact, the book focuses on improvement through ten difference lenses, one per chapter.

They are:

Improvement and you
Improvement and pacing
Improvement and time
Improvement and self-efficacy
Improvement and the social network
Improvement and tracking
Improvement and purpose
Improvement and feedback
Improvement and focus
Improvement and practice

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  • I have been studying this for a long time
  • Seek differencesThey make it necessary to approach something in a new way, a different way, even an uncomfortable way. This makes room for something new to come in.
  • When designing a presentation across the cultures, how do you begin?When do you meet?How do you work?What do you debrief? And When?It’s a matter of identifying the moving parts…“What is important to that person?”
  • Where do you go, and what do you do to get (and mature) ideas about your project?
  • When designing a presentation across the cultures, how do you begin?When do you meet?How do you work?What do you debrief? And When?It’s a matter of identifying the moving parts…“What is important to that person?”
  • When you meet with a manager and a colleague, how do you lead by example?
  • When designing a presentation across the cultures, how do you begin?When do you meet?How do you work?What do you debrief? And When?It’s a matter of identifying the moving parts…“What is important to that person?”
  • What are the different structures, forms and routines you’re using to share important information effectively?
  • When designing a presentation across the cultures, how do you begin?When do you meet?How do you work?What do you debrief? And When?It’s a matter of identifying the moving parts…“What is important to that person?”
  • You are your network; as such, how do you leverage your team and even your extended team?
  • When designing a presentation across the cultures, how do you begin?When do you meet?How do you work?What do you debrief? And When?It’s a matter of identifying the moving parts…“What is important to that person?”
  • IN our surveys of organizations across industries:Stress is upFocus is downOverwhelm is prevalentSelf control is more importantKnowledge workers’ focus is compromised.At any moment, up to 40% of your work/task force may be distractedWhat happens when people are unfocused, or constantly moving “back” to focus?
  • To work smarterTo think biggerTo make more

Your Best Just Got Better - a webinar for Citrix Your Best Just Got Better - a webinar for Citrix Presentation Transcript

  • What if yourbest just gotBetter?I hope you get toknow it, so yousee it sooner…
  • A new “thing” to see…
  • NounsInformationProcessing Verbs
  • 4 Opportunities to co-create a “Better” 2013ely• Prepare completely and effectively• Expand your network• Set clear and objective agendas• Open discussions efficiently
  • Preparecompletely & effectively
  • • Nouns• Verbs
  • Expand your network
  • • “Who do you know who…”• Follow up that week
  • Setclear & objective agendas
  • • Short term = 2 to 8 weeks• Long term = 2 to 8 months
  • Open Bettermeetings efficiently
  • • Purpose• Topic(s)• Length
  • What issomething youcould dothat wouldindicate you’regrowing bigger?
  • www.ShareYourIdealDay.comPick: A day in the futureThink: About a fun/good dayWrite: A 300-400 word preview
  • Productive! Magazine Gretchen Rubin Seth Godin Laura Stack Stever Robbins Jason Fried Darren Hardy Guy Kawasaki David Allen
  • How doesyour bestget Better?
  • 1:1 GroupCoaching Advising Seminars
  • More Smarter Bigger
  • United States CanadaCosta Rica BahamasSwitzerland United KingdomAmsterdam Guatemala…and more
  • My top 8 take-aways from coaching global leaders• Are constantly Content Switching• Must be able to change Context• Are “Dissonant Focused”• Work in 2 time zones (besides the present)
  • My top 8 take-aways from coaching global leaders• Seek “stretch” goals• Under extreme pressure to perform• Consume information very differently• Embody the “Next Mindset”
  • www.AchieveYourNext.com• What DOES “next” look like for you?
  • Next year…where (andhow far) areyou going?
  • Improvement and:Ch. 1 … YouCh. 3 … TimeCh. 7 … PurposeCh. 9 … Focus
  • Ch. 1 … and You Do you know when you’re “At Your Best?”www.AtMyBestWhen.com
  • Ch. 3 … and Time There are 96 fifteen-minute blocks of time in a day 15 minutes = ~ 1% of your day
  • Ch. 7 … and Purpose What is your “So that?” Who can you share that with?
  • Ch. 9 … and Focus It’s not about time anymore… Me or them… Now or later… Track or trust…
  • Please, let me know how we can continue the conversation:Jason@WomackCompany.com twitter.com/JasonWomack
  • www.womackcompany.comStart reading the book … Right now!Download the first 42 pages for free.
  • www.AchieveYourNext.com• What DOES “next” look like for you?