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Powerpoint show by Hugh Culver hugh@hughculver.com for The Future of Work 21 Jan 2010

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  • The Future of Work
    It’s all About the Small Stuff
    21 January 2010
    Hugh D. Culver
  • My one thing…
  • Small stuff…
    Leadership:
    Tension
    Delegation
    Leverage
    From crazy-busy to effective:
    Plan for the week
    Block time
    Get off the email
    Recharge time
    Stop Doing List
    Clean your Window
    Asking
    Commit
  • Top 10 New Years Resolutions…
    Stop smoking
    Get Fit
    Lose Weight
    Enjoy Life More
    Quit Drinking
    Get Organised
    Learn Something New
    Get Out of Debt
    Spend more time with the Family
    Help Others
  • Creative Tension…
  • DELEGATION
    “The proper question is not, 'How can people motivate others?' but rather,
    'How can people create the conditions within which others will motivate themselves?‘” Edward Deci.
  • ClearExpectations
    Need
    Acknowledge
    Rationale
    Autonomy
    Confirm
    THE DELEGATION CYCLE
    Goals:
    • Growth
    • Work
    • Engaged
  • Moving your Fulcrum for Leverage
    Asking
    Mentoring
    Coaching
    Clear delegation
    Change your mantra
    From: “If you want it done right….”
    To: “ Get it done right by getting the right person to do it”
    From: “There isn’t enough time to show someone how to…”
    To: “There will never be enough time until I make it.”
    Improve systems
    Go-to help systems
    Document processes
    Value your time more.
  • Day
    Planner
    Long term goals
    Action Plan
    Plan for the Week
    Friday
    End of Day
    • Boulders (chunks only)
    • Specific targets
    • Reoccurring goals
    • Personal goals.
  • Block Time..
  • Email…
    emails sent by U.S. retailers and wholesalers this year will hit 158 billion and grow 63% to 258 billion in 2013. - Forrester's US Email Marketing Volume Forecast (2008)
    > ¼ of email consumers received was marketing. - JupiterResearch (2007)
    Only 22% of professionals bother to unsubscribe. - Return Path (2007)
    More than seven out of 10 employed respondents checked their personal email at work - and nearly one-third did so more than three times a day. - AOL/Beta Research Corporation (June 2008)
    Nearly one-quarter of Internet users surveyed said they were most likely to check their email upon waking. - AOL/Beta Research Corporation (June 2008)
  • Email…
    59% of people emailing from portable devices are checking email in bed while in their pajamas;
    53% in the bathroom;
    37% are checking email while they drive; and
    12% admit to checking email in church. -AOL (2007)
  • Get off the eMail…
    Goal: limit time spent (esp. in AM)
    Use the right medium
    If you open it, deal with it
    Turn notification off
    Use the Subject Line
    Restrict emails to one topic
    Create standard replies
    Limit the use of CC’ing
    Use ShortCut Keys
    Use Organize to pre-sort
  • Stop Doing List
    Checking email between ___PM and ___AM
    Being available all the time
    Taking work home (thinking about) every night
    Fake delegation and bailing people out
    Allowing clutter
    Thinking I have to finish what I start
    Starting the morning with email
    Equating ‘busy’ with ‘success’
    Making people subordinate to my blackberry
    Reading the news.
  • Recharge
    “You can only expend as much energy as you create.” Jim Loehr
  • V
  • VI
  • VII
  • VIII
  • IX
  • SIX
  • Windows @ work
    “The old way was better”
    “You can suggest ideas here all you want, but…”
    “I will never get on top of this workload.”
    “There’s nothing I can do – it’s not my job.”
    “It’s always going to be like this, until ___________ leaves/dies.”
    “I like change…change it back to the way it was!”
    “I don’t procrastinate…..I just plan longer than everyone else”..
  • How to Clean Your Window
    • Accurate thinking
    • Forgiveness
    • M.R.I. (Most Respectful Interpretation)
  • Ask!
  • My one thing…
  • “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore is not an act but a habit.”
    Goethe
  • “Excellence, is not an act but a habit.”