• Like
  • Save
What is Mission Control?
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

What is Mission Control?

  • 902 views
Published

This slide show gives you an idea about Mission Control and what you can expect from the product/system.

This slide show gives you an idea about Mission Control and what you can expect from the product/system.

Published in Business
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
902
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Presentation b y Eb Schmidt Licensed Mission Control © Partner
  • 2. Mission Control ® Productivity
    • Founded by Day-Timer executive in 2000
    • Offered workshops to nearly 10,000 people in 33 markets globally since 2002
    • Received Top Training Product Award from Human Resource Executive magazine
    • Innovative new approach to increasing productivity and effectiveness
      • Increased results
      • Focus, prioritization and execution
      • Organizational alignment
      • Work/life balance, reduced stress and burnout
  • 3. Worldwide Reach
    • United States
      • Austin, TX
      • Boca Raton, FL
      • Boston, MA
      • Charlotte, NC
      • Chicago, IL
      • Cincinnati, OH
      • Dallas, TX
      • Detroit, MI
      • Kansas City, KS
      • Los Angeles, CA
      • Miami, FL
      • Minneapolis, MN
      • New York, NY
    • England
      • London
    • Australia
      • Melbourne
      • Sydney
    • India
      • Bangalore
      • Mumbai
      • New Delhi
    • Japan
      • Osaka
      • Tokyo
    • Singapore
    • Germany
      • Frankfurt
    • Switzerland
      • Zürich
      • Orlando, FL
      • Philadelphia, PA
      • Portsmouth, NH
      • Rochester, NY
      • San Diego, CA
      • San Francisco, CA
      • Seattle, WA
      • St. Louis, MO
      • Washington, DC
      • White Plains, NY
    • Canada
      • Montreal
      • Toronto
      • Vancouver
  • 4. Customer Quotes
      • “ Since taking Mission Control, I’ve had a 100% increase in productivity. I now have control over my work and I’m working on the things that truly make a difference for my company. It’s priceless.”
      • Debbie Hyde-Duby, President, Pearle VisionCare, Inc.
      • “ Since I took the workshop nearly a year ago, I’ve doubled my productivity. This increase comes not only from implementing the system but also from the clarity and peace of mind I now have. The most profound change has been the way that clarity impacts how I do my job. It’s incredible.”
        • Marty Millington, Senior Human Resources Manager, Toshiba America
      • “ During the eight weeks after taking Mission Control, I lost 10 pounds, generate two major new clients, tripled my sales for the quarter, and discovered new ways of being with my wife and son to create greater intimacy between us. Of all the tools and practices I use in my life, nothing is more powerful than Mission Control for transforming the quality of my life.”
        • Michael Alexander, Principal, Alexander & Associates
      • “ I'm a single parent, working full time – so juggling work, home and my social life placed me on a treadmill that left me unfulfilled, drained and powerless. I could not see how else to live my life. Taking this course showed me that there was another way to live and work. I am now relaxed, confident and in control.”
        • Norman Vasquez, Human Resources Consultant and Contract Negotiator, PSE&G
      • "When I signed up for the workshop, I was only about 10% of the way to meeting my sales quota for the quarter. I was skeptical that the workshop could help, but willing to try it. Not only did I meet my quota, I produced $40,000 of additional income in two months. This course is incredible!"
        • Mark Tonoff, Financial Advisor
  • 5. Working in the 21st Century
    • We haven’t learned to work in the 21st Century
    • Explosion of information and technology
    • Work environment has shifted along three dimensions:
      • Volume of information
      • Speed of work
      • Complexity of organizations and markets
  • 6. Speed, Volume & Complexity Touch tone (digital) phones Personal Computers Sputnik & Space race Affordable flying Mainframe computers Cell phones E-mail Instant Messaging Trains (standardized time zones) Electric typewriters Interstate Highway System Internet Automobiles Personal Fax Machines Assembly lines & mass production Late 1800’s 1900 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Events that have increased the Speed , Complexity , & Volume of Work in the 20 th Century Wi-Fi
  • 7. Unprepared for Change
    • Disconnect between new work environment and traditional productivity approaches
    • Causes stress, overwhelm, anxiety
      • Number of American workers who consider stress to be a major problem in their lives has more than doubled during the past ten years.
      • 62% percent of American workers say their workload has increased over the last six months; 53% say work leaves them "overtired and overwhelmed."
    • People think it is personal
      • Compensate by working longer, working harder
      • Need gains beyond being efficient or organized
    Source: National Institute for Occupational Health & Safety, New York Times poll – September 2004
  • 8. Impacting Productivity and Results Context Assumptions, Thinking, Approach Work Habits Tools & Systems Infrastructure, Tips, Techniques
  • 9. Mission Control Training Components
    • Foundation & Fundamentals
      • Concepts that alter the way you approach, organize and manage work
      • Becoming conscious of work habits
    • Mission Control System ™
      • Tools & work practices to effectively manage everything you have to do and handle
    • Implementation
      • Setting up your infrastructure
      • Support in altering work habits over time
  • 10. Mission Control Foundations & Fundamentals
    • Work Habits – how and why they restrict productivity
    • Dealing with Everything – having your arms around everything you have to do and handle
    • Completion – exploring the nature of completion and incompletion, and its impact on you
    • Concerns – your fundamental priorities
    • Now – habitual ways of thinking about your time, and when things happen
    • Existence – discover the structures you currently use to manage what you have to do in mind, and learn new ways to manage everything so that you can fulfill on your commitments
    • Accomplishment – thinking from completion and results, rather than tasks and actions
    Everything, Completion, Concerns, Now, Existence are trademarks of Mission Control Productivity, LLC.
  • 11. The Mission Control System ™
  • 12. Example Client Story #2
    • Mid-sized Window and Door Manufacturer (Open-enrollment program)
    • Background
    • Several employees in the marketing group of this company took a public workshop from Mission Control and were able to apply what they learned to improve their individual and collective results. They recommended a pilot program for a cross-section of employees at the company to see if the results they achieved could be leveraged for the entire company. Forty-one people from across the company participated.
    • Challenge
    • This company was already profitable and well managed, yet the management had a sense that the company could perform even better – and in doing so could potentially increase revenue and reduce expenses.
  • 13. Example Client Story #2
    • Solution
    • The forty-one employees participated in the Mission Control Productivity & Accomplishment Workshop, which trains them in a new paradigm of managing their work so that productivity replaces activity, fulfilling aspirations replaces ticking off the "to do" checkboxes, and a sense of real life balance replaces the stress of managing both work and personal commitments.
    • Results
    • The following results are taken from areas for potential productivity improvement identified prior to the pilot workshop and actual reporting on those areas from the workshop participants eight weeks after the pilot workshop.
  • 14. Example Client Story #2
    • Participants reported saving or “recovering” an average of 2½ hours per week . Given the number of participants, this equates to a savings of over 106 hours per week and well over 5,000 hours annually.
    • “ I know that what I am working on fits into the scheme of priorities and importance for my boss and the organization”
    • o Pre-survey 55% responded often while on the post-survey 90% reported often.
    • “ When I attend a meeting I am clear about what I want to accomplish by attending.”
    • o Pre-survey 39% reported often/always and post survey 75% reported often/always.
    • “ I currently have the following number of e-mails in my Inbox:”
    • o Before the workshop 16% reported less than 20 after the workshop 55% reported less than 20.
    • “ If you look in my schedule you will see that I have specific times scheduled for working on the things I have to do that day.”
    • o Prior to the workshop 13% reported often/always after the workshop 60% reported often/always.
    • “ I simply have too much to do and not enough time in which to do it.”
    • o Before the workshop 26% reported always after the workshop 0% reported always.
  • 15. Programs and Products
    • Instructor-led Workshops
    • Online Courses
    • Coaching
    • Learning Modules (CD-ROM or Online)
    • Tools & Accessories
  • 16. Thank you for your attention! Eb Schmidt President & Owner productvity21 LLC toll free: (888)504-1223 [email_address]