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  • 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?”
  • “Visible…But not yet seen”How customers process incoming information4 Ways to be BETTER in 2013Sample ideas from different chapters of the book…
  • 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?”
  • I have been studying this for a long time
  • 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 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 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 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 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
  • Transcript

    • 1. Jason@WomackCompany.comtwitter.com/JasonWomackMobile: (805) 798-1362
    • 2. Purpose
    • 3. Topics
    • 4. Length
    • 5. Visible…but not yet seen
    • 6. Information Processing
    • 7. 4 OPPORTUNITIES TO CREATE A “BETTER” 2013• Communicate completely and effectively• Build your network• Set clear and objective goals• Begin discussions efficiently
    • 8. Communicatecompletely & effectively
    • 9. • Nouns• Verbs
    • 10. Expand your network
    • 11. • “Who do you know who…”• Follow up that week
    • 12. Setclear & objective goals
    • 13. • Short term = 2 to 8 weeks• Long term = 2 to 8 months
    • 14. Begin Bettermeetings efficiently
    • 15. • Purpose• Topic(s)• Length
    • 16. What is something you could dothat would indicate you’re growing bigger?
    • 17. How doesyour best getBetter?
    • 18. 1:1 GroupCoaching Advising Seminars
    • 19. More Smarter Bigger
    • 20. United States CanadaCosta Rica BahamasSwitzerland United KingdomAmsterdam Guatemala…and more
    • 21. TOP 8 THINGS GLOBAL LEADERS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT…• Are constantly Content Switching• Must be able to change Context• Are “Dissonant Focused”• Work in 2 time zones (besides the present)
    • 22. TOP 8 THINGS GLOBAL LEADERS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT…• Seek “stretch” goals• Under extreme pressure to perform• Consume information very differently• Embody the “Next Mindset”
    • 23. www.ShareYourIdealDay.com Pick: A day in the future Think: About a successful day Write: A 300-400 word preview
    • 24. Improvement and:Ch. 1 … YouCh. 3 … TimeCh. 7 … PurposeCh. 9 … Focus
    • 25. Ch. 1 … and You• Do you know when you’re “At Your Best?”• www.AtMyBestWhen.com
    • 26. Ch. 3 … and Time• There are 96 fifteen-minute blocks of time in a day• 15 minutes = ~ 1% of your day• www.OutlookDashboard.com
    • 27. Ch. 7 … and Purpose• What is your “So that?”• Who can you share that with?
    • 28. Ch. 9 … and Focus• It’s not about time anymore…• Me or them… Now or later… Track or trust…
    • 29. Please, let me know how we can continue the conversation:JASON@WOMACKCOMPANY.COM TWITTER.COM/JASONWOMACK

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