The Art of Stress-Free Managing

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David Allen, veteran coach and creator of Getting Things Done (GTD), joined the Rypple Leadership Series for a practical, in-depth look at stress free managing through better productivity. This one hour webinar looked at how GTD can transform your management practice, giving you the ability to relax, focus, and conquer your tasks. We explored both sides of management productivity: getting your things done and giving your team the tools and feedback they need to excel.

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The Art of Stress-Free Managing

  1. 1. The Art of Stress-Free Managing presented by CONFIDENTIAL
  2. 2. the art of stress-free managing david allen
  3. 3. in control relaxed focused inspired engaged
  4. 4. Toyota BP SURPRISE!
  5. 5. anything on your mind? on mind = getting done
  6. 6. in the last 72 hours…
  7. 7. what does he need? perspective control
  8. 8. perspective control
  9. 9. the core ingredients of self (and organizational) management control perspective
  10. 10. The Core Ingredients of Management perspective victim control
  11. 11. The Core Ingredients of Management victim micro- perspective manager control
  12. 12. The Core Ingredients of Management crazy maker victim micro- perspective manager control
  13. 13. The Core Ingredients of Management crazy captain & maker commander victim micro- perspective manager control
  14. 14. The Core Ingredients of Management crazy captain & maker commander perspective victim ? micro- manager control
  15. 15. www.gtdiq.com
  16. 16. 95% of performance improvement is systemic…
  17. 17. 5control 6perspective
  18. 18. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  19. 19. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  20. 20. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  21. 21. what has attention?
  22. 22. control into trusted buckets (vs. your head) capturing clarifying collecting devices organizing reflecting engaging
  23. 23. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  24. 24. what attention is still needed? actionable? outcome? next action?
  25. 25. stuff
  26. 26. control capturing decide when it shows up (vs. when it blows up) clarifying organizing frontal cortex reflecting engaging
  27. 27. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  28. 28. what needs to be accessible, where?
  29. 29. control capturing clarifying put things where those kinds of things go organizing reflecting list manager + files engaging
  30. 30. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  31. 31. what needs to be reviewed, when?
  32. 32. control capturing clarifying organizing regular over-viewing from higher perspective reflecting engaging working blueprint of commitments
  33. 33. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  34. 34. what resource should be allocated, now?
  35. 35. in other words… what’s the next action?
  36. 36. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting trusted choices (vs. latest/ loudest + hope) engaging intuition + action focus
  37. 37. control capturing clarifying organizing reflecting engaging
  38. 38. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  39. 39. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  40. 40. why ?
  41. 41. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  42. 42. how ?
  43. 43. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  44. 44. control what ?
  45. 45. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  46. 46. accomplish ?
  47. 47. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  48. 48. maintain ?
  49. 49. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  50. 50. finish ?
  51. 51. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  52. 52. do ?
  53. 53. perspective purpose/principles vision goals responsibilities projects actions
  54. 54. in control relaxed focused inspired engaged …with a system to achieve it
  55. 55. -  organizational productivity assessment, program development, and implementation -  in-house seminars & presentations www.davidco.com -  one-on-one workflow mastery coaching -  e-learning -  knowledge transfer programs (train-the- trainer et al) -  on-line & multimedia performance support resources -  global network of best-practitioners gtdtimes.com follow me gtdguy getgtdnow.com
  56. 56. Want an easy way to use David’s best practices in your workplace? Try Rypple today! Contact us to learn how: events@rypple.com presented by August 4, 2010 68

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