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Speed - Maia Khositashvili

  1. 1. Speed Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
  2. 2. Contents  Introduction  What is Speed?  Barriers to Speed  Speed Mindset  Empowerment Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com
  3. 3. Program purposes:  to examine your own experiences with speed, both professionally & personally  to help you understand how to reduce the amount of time needed to complete a task or project  to help you to convey the attitude & techniques that are essential to creating Speed
  4. 4. Speed encompasses the entire process, from start to finish. The term speed refers:  to creating environment based on quickness and quality. to the rate at wich you complete tasks or deliver projects.
  5. 5. Key Points:  Speed is not time management; it is how you approach your projects and/or tasks.  Speed is critical to all aspects of your job & at every level of your organization.  Speed requires an overall examination of your job function, your projects, and your tasks. It is a philosophy & mindset that forces us to think about our job in its entirety.
  6. 6. Defining Speed …,,swiftness of action” …,,moving rapidly” …,,get things done quickly” Speed means to dramatically reduce the amount of time needed to complete a task by changing the factors that affect its completion. Speed means providing clients & co-workers with exceptional service!
  7. 7. Speed means Do it Fast, Do it Now, and Do it Right… Key components to Speed
  8. 8. Why is Speed So Important? Speed: Individual level improves standing within the organization creates more opportunuties for promotions & the potential for an increase of income advance your professional growth Position you as a leader demonstrates your dependability to management Organizational level: saves time & money also simultaneously increases revenue. Your customers also value Speed. It will ,,wow” them & create positive impressions that win client loyalty and create additional revenue for your organization.
  9. 9. Procrastination hinders Speed!
  10. 10. Key Points:  Speed is not just fast. Speed menas dramatically reducing the amount of time to complete a task.  speed is exceptional service.  Speed begins with a ,,Do it fast” & ,,Do it now” attitude.  Speed helps you individually AND your organization as a whole.  Speed reduces costs and attracts more clients.  Speed creates an advantage over the competition. Customers value Speed!
  11. 11. What is a Barrier? Internal External
  12. 12. Internal barriers are things you can control once your recognize them: Your mindset and attitude Follow-through Accountability Empowerment
  13. 13. Speed minset menas you are always prepares to look for efficient solution, deliver ahead of schedule, and comit to quality. Mindset & Atitude Speed may be difficult: Speed takes constant awareness, attention to detail and creative thinking.
  14. 14. Follow-Through on…  Promises Meeteng goals Following-up with co- workers, third parties or vendors displays your commitment to Speed.
  15. 15. Taking responsibility for tasks and projects, from start to finish, increases your Speed and Value. Accountability
  16. 16. Empowerment Speed cannot esist without empowerment! Empowerment aalows for quick decisions. Empowerment and Speed go Hand in hand!
  17. 17. Empowerment is defined as: ,,giving power or authority” ,,to authorize, enable, or permiT” Speed can only exsist when employees are empowered to make decisions.
  18. 18. External barrier are beyond your control: • Organizational policies and procedures • Systems and technology • Reliance on vendors or third- parties who don’t support Speed Technology can dramatically increase Speed for employees and organizations By simplifying processes and streamlining workflow.
  19. 19. Key Points:  Barrier fall into two categories: internal & external.  Internal barriers are within your control.  Internal barriers include: your mindset & attitude, follow-through, accountability, and empowerment.  External barriers are often beyond your control.  External barriers include: organizational polices and procedures, inadequate systems & technology, and a reliance on vendors or third-parties that do not supportt Speed.
  20. 20. The Right Mindset
  21. 21. A mindset focuses on Speed will help you think, act, and work with speed. But it is not in our nature… instead we have opposite mindest – Slow!
  22. 22. ,,Procrastination is the bad habit of putting off until the day after tommorow what shoul have been done the day vefore yesterday”. Napoleon Hill
  23. 23. Procrastination hinders Speed!
  24. 24. Procrastination: Reduces Speed Decreases Quality Increases the Frequency of mistakes Increases Stress
  25. 25. Key Points:  A mindset fostering Speed is more than just a positive attitude.  Most individuals do not have a Speed mindset; most have a mindset focusing on slow.  A slow minset is easier and creates less work, but it does not show others your capability, dependebility, and leadership skills.  Procrastination may lead to other barriers that can inhibit Speed.  Ficusing your mindset toward Speed will benefit you and your customers.
  26. 26. Key Points:  Empowerment is a key to Speed.  Empowerment eliminates the fear of repercussions and requires you to do what is necessary to increase your Speed.  Empowerment fosters an enviroment of service that permeates the entire organization, reinforcing employee confident and building trust with the customer.
  27. 27. To be continue…
  28. 28. Presentation made by: Maia Khositashvili Maiakhositashvili@gmail.com