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Your Best Just Got Better - Prime Services Presentation April, 2011

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This is the presentation from a breakfast meeting late April, in New York City.

This is the presentation from a breakfast meeting late April, in New York City.

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  • Every company has their own “so that.” Whether it’s called a purpose, guiding principles, a mission statement or goals and objectives, each organization aligns its resources toward a common, pre-defined set of results. Looking toward where you want to be three months from now, what kinds of goals and objectives must you strive to work toward?\n
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  • 1. Please send as many questions aspossible. I will address them all eitherduring the presentation or via ourwebsite after our seminar...Email questions to:Jason@WomackCompany.comtext to: 805-798-1362
  • 2. 15% The Principles of Productivity: How to combine personalworking styles with company culture for success20% Setting the Stage for a More Productive Day: Knowing whatyou need and how to plan for more productive days15% Engaging Others in Upleveling their Productivity: Managingmeetings, expectations and results30% Effective Time Management Techniques: 5 tools andtechniques to use to get more done, faster, with less effort15% Assessing Progress and Enhancing Structure: Trackingresource management for measurable results5% Building an Accountability Program: Identify a workplaceperformance goal and plan for implementation
  • 3. 27 April 2011New York City
  • 4. Please send as many questions aspossible. I will address them all eitherduring the presentation or via ourwebsite after our seminar...Email questions to:Jason@WomackCompany.comtext to: 805-798-1362
  • 5. Open the workbook to page 2.
  • 6. Please underline a fewwords that relate to your professional focus on managing time productively.
  • 7. 805-798-1362For eachquestion Ireceive about thissession, I’llpersonallydonate $1.00 tothe Red Cross -Japan recoveryeffortText REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation to help those affected by this disaster
  • 8. What makes up your profileas a time manager?
  • 9. What is your profile?
  • 10. 1986
  • 11. 1986Journaling the Journey
  • 12. 1988
  • 13. 1988Will always have a “little extra...”
  • 14. 1996
  • 15. 1996Thankful...ever so thankful.
  • 16. 2000
  • 17. As long as I have my health... 2000
  • 18. 2003
  • 19. I want to find and spend time with “my people” 2003
  • 20. 2007
  • 21. 2007Let’s meet...andgrow from there.
  • 22. What is your profile?
  • 23. TIME
  • 24. How do effectiveleaders manage time?
  • 25. T ____________________IME
  • 26. TIME
  • 27. How do ineffectiveleaders mismanage time?
  • 28. T ___________________IME
  • 29. How do youmanage time?
  • 30. 4 Limited Resources We Manage Every Day
  • 31. 4 Limited Resources We Manage Every Day •Time
  • 32. 4 Limited Resources We Manage Every Day •Time •Energy
  • 33. 4 Limited Resources We Manage Every Day •Time •Energy •Focus
  • 34. 4 Limited Resources We Manage Every Day •Time •Energy •Focus •Tools/Systems
  • 35. How it works...• Tools/Systems• Focus• Energy• Time
  • 36. How it works...• Tools/Systems• Focus• Energy• Time
  • 37. How it works...• Tools/Systems• Focus• Energy• Time
  • 38. • Tools/Systems• Focus• Energy• Time
  • 39. If you’d like our 38-pagePDF “Microsoft Outlook” please leave your business card for me!Jason@WomackCompany.com
  • 40. ...a “working hypothesis”
  • 41. the more I know abouthow I work, the morewe can be effective ...a “working
  • 42. Page 3
  • 43. Significant aspects: managing time productivelyS= SkillsP=N=
  • 44. Significant aspects: managing time productivelyS= SkillsP= PurposeN=
  • 45. Significant aspects: managing time productivelyS= SkillsP= PurposeN= Network
  • 46. Significant aspects: managing time productivelyS= SkillsP= PurposeN= Network
  • 47. Where does yourfocus go, when you’refocused on one thing?
  • 48. Focus
  • 49. Focus changeseverything
  • 50. Brain
  • 51. Brain Storm
  • 52. Focus on as much as possible...
  • 53. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.
  • 54. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.
  • 55. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.
  • 56. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.
  • 57. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.It’s easy, just answer the question, “What else...?”
  • 58. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.It’s easy, just answer the question, “What else...?”
  • 59. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.It’s easy, just answer the question, “What else...?”No one will see this but you
  • 60. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.It’s easy, just answer the question, “What else...?”No one will see this but you
  • 61. Focus on as much as possible...Think about your work AND your areas of focus thisweek, this month, and for the rest of the year.Simply write what you think about.It’s easy, just answer the question, “What else...?”No one will see this but youGo for quantity...in 7 minutes, write 50+ items!
  • 62. Fill in each blank line with something that you can bring to mind...
  • 63. Please review the words you underlined on page 2.
  • 64. Resources SeeQuality HearPrinciples PracticePerformance UtilizeProductivity ImproveOpportunities BeingPriorities ManagingTeam TakingOrganization WorkBehaviors LiveSystems HaveImprovement SynchronizeSeminar DesignSustainable LeadingVision ResultingRole Coach
  • 65. Fill in each blank line with something that you can bring to mind... Please write down at least 50 items.Big...Small...Work...Life...Projects...Tasks...
  • 66. NOUN VERB
  • 67. Page 7
  • 68. NOUN VERB design action vision taskprocess delegation
  • 69. NOUN VERB design action vision taskprocess delegation
  • 70. Practic
  • 71. Practic makes
  • 72. Practic makescomfortable.
  • 73. Comfort doing the same thing +Number of Repetitions 1 2 3 4
  • 74. What do you spend Time,Energy and Focus doingby 10am each day?(Start with the obvious/easy ones!)
  • 75. What can you DELETE?
  • 76. What can you DELEGATE?
  • 77. What tools/systems couldyou use to get your workdone during the work-day?(Start with the obvious/easy ones!)
  • 78. What Tools/Systems/Gear can you: Use more?
  • 79. What Tools/Systems/Gear can you: Combine?
  • 80. What Tools/Systems/Gear can you: Use less?
  • 81. What do you do “about” once a month torejuvenate, revitalize & reengage?
  • 82. Could practicingsomethingnew build anew habit?
  • 83. If it could, what habits would you practice?
  • 84. Set up your Daily Dashboard...and review it several times each day. Page 10
  • 85. www.OutlookDashboard.com
  • 86. www.OutlookDashboard.com
  • 87. www.OutlookDashboard.com
  • 88. www.OutlookDashboard.com
  • 89. www.OutlookDashboard.com
  • 90. www.OutlookDashboard.com
  • 91. Paper Systems to set up adashboard include:Legal padTime DesignDay RunnerDay TimerFranklin Planneretc
  • 92. Page 12
  • 93. Create (and maintain, andreview!) agendas for people you meet or speak with regularly
  • 94. Remember, all of these tips are method first, technology second...
  • 95. Remember, all of these tips are method first, technology second... This one tip can save you between 10-50% of the time you spend in meetings, whether formal and scheduled or impromptu “in the hallway.”
  • 96. Agendas: A tool to maximize interruptions Names Upcoming topics of discussion Questions/Comments/Clarifications/Requests (1-12 weeks out...)
  • 97. RIGHT-CLICKHold and Drag to e-mail the agenda
  • 98. page 14
  • 99. Page 16
  • 100. Page 16
  • 101. + Preparation+ Prevention+ Values clarification+ Planning+ Relationships+ Recreation
  • 102. There are THREE kinds of work...
  • 103. The work you think about
  • 104. The work you have to “do”
  • 105. The Outcomes You’re Managing
  • 106. Pages 17-18
  • 107. Questions to ask:What is the First Next Step?Where would I start on this?How would I get started?Who can I talk to to begin on this?
  • 108. Pages 19-20
  • 109. Questions to ask:What will this look like when I am done?What is the final outcome of this?What will be true when I am finished?How will I know when this is done?
  • 110. THANKYOU
  • 111. Join the 5-weekMastering WorkplacePerformance Online program Email today for your information packet, next session, June 2011... jason@womackcompany.com