Managing Work-Life Balance: Increasing Personal Productivity

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  • \nWorkbook is two-fold – A workbook for today and A resource for later\n
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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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  • \nWorkbook is two-fold – A workbook for today and A resource for later\n
  • \nWorkbook is two-fold – A workbook for today and A resource for later\n
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  • Managing Work-Life Balance: Increasing Personal Productivity

    1. 1. MASTERING WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE
    2. 2. Our specialty...the “-ologies”What makes for a “productive” day? 2
    3. 3. Psychologyof Performance
    4. 4. Psychologyof Performance Sociology of Productivity
    5. 5. Psychology of Performance Technology Sociologythat gets things done of Productivity
    6. 6. Psychology:What happens when you’re thinking about working? 4
    7. 7. Sociology:What happens when you sitdown with other people and try to get things done? 6
    8. 8. Technology: Wasn’t “gear” supposed tomake life and work easier??? 8
    9. 9. 9
    10. 10. MASTERING WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE8h30: Start the program10h00: Morning Break12h00: Lunch Break14h30: Afternoon Break16h30: Implementation time / Conclusion
    11. 11. 2
    12. 12. 3
    13. 13. 3 AREAS OF FOCUSFOR TODAY’S PROGRAMMaximize your productivityBe, work and live at your bestAchieve greater and morerewarding results
    14. 14. Resources SeeWorkflow HearPrinciples PracticePerformance UtilizeProductivity ImproveOpportunities BeingPriorities ManagingTeam TakingOrganization WorkBehaviors LiveSystems GraspImprovement SynchronizeResults DesignSustainable LeadingVision ResultingRole Coach
    15. 15. NOUN VERB design action vision taskprocess delegation
    16. 16. NOUN VERB design action vision taskprocess delegation
    17. 17. NOUN VERB
    18. 18. Time Management The Myth ...
    19. 19. 1
    20. 20. 1 2
    21. 21. 2 31
    22. 22. 4
    23. 23. 29
    24. 24. 5
    25. 25. PRODUCTIVITY MEANS...Please write a briefdefinition of whatthe word“Productivity”means to you.
    26. 26. 4 Elements of aProductive Day: 33
    27. 27. 34
    28. 28. 35
    29. 29. 36
    30. 30. 37
    31. 31. 38
    32. 32. Time Management The Goal
    33. 33. Time 1
    34. 34. TIME9615-minute blocks - sleep - commute - meals - everything else
    35. 35. Time 1 2 Energy
    36. 36. ENERGY
    37. 37. THIS INCLUDES BOTH mental AND physical energy
    38. 38. THE BRAINFunctions intellect memory comprehension
    39. 39. THE BODY Composition water nutrients bone
    40. 40. Time 1Focus 3 2 Energy
    41. 41. FOCUSthe center of interest or activityan act of concentrating interest oractivity on something
    42. 42. Time 1Focus 3 2 Energy 4 Ecosystem
    43. 43. ECOSYSTEMEcosystem: a biological communityof interacting organisms and theirphysical environment
    44. 44. How it works...•Ecosystem•Focus•Energy•Time
    45. 45. How it works...•Ecosystem•Focus•Energy•Time
    46. 46. How it works...•Ecosystem•Focus•Energy Please turn to Page 6•Time and write things you know need your time, energy or focus.
    47. 47. PLEASE WRITE +40 ITEMSWhat’s Really Going On?(Work To Think About)
    48. 48. How it works...• Ecosystem• Focus• Energy• Time
    49. 49. How it works...•Ecosystem•Focus•Energy•Time “IF” this is is interesting to you, turn to page 6, and please add: google alerts
    50. 50. Please take out yourBlackBerry (iPhone)...
    51. 51. BlackBerry® inbox...press the space bar
    52. 52. BlackBerry® inbox...press the letter c
    53. 53. BlackBerry® inbox...press the letter r
    54. 54. Open to a NEW email message
    55. 55. In the body of that message,type the word: cant (just like that)Press the space bar...
    56. 56. What happened?
    57. 57. cant becomes can’t
    58. 58. op = (805) 640-6401mn = (805) 798-1362ln = 020 8144 7000ol = (600 word email abouthow to maximize the MicrosoftOutlook Dashboard I writeabout)
    59. 59. 7
    60. 60. Jason@WomackCompany.com
    61. 61. Practice
    62. 62. Practice makes
    63. 63. Practice makes habit.
    64. 64. Comfort doing the same thing +Number of Repetitions 1 2 3 4
    65. 65. What takes up your time,energy and focus by mid-morning most work days?(Start with the obvious/easy ones!)
    66. 66. What tools, systems,technology, gear do youuse during the work-day?(Start with the obvious/easy ones!)
    67. 67. What do you do regularlyto re-invent and re-engagewith your life and work?(Start with the obvious/easy ones!)
    68. 68. Could practicingsomethingnew build anew habit?
    69. 69. If it could, what habits would you practice?
    70. 70. Our Philosophy of Productivity Be, work and live at your 100% 100
    71. 71. In order for you to “be, work, live” at your 100%...
    72. 72. What will you need to have done...
    73. 73. What will you needto have done...how will you need to have been...
    74. 74. 8
    75. 75. page 8
    76. 76. I am at my best when ... page 7
    77. 77. 9
    78. 78. Set up your Daily Dashboard...and review it several times each day.www.womackcompany.com/odcs
    79. 79. Use signatures as templates to answer frequently asked questions or provide the sameinformation to a different group or person. Knowledge Base...
    80. 80. Please think of one topic/question you know you typerepeatedly to anyone via e- mail...
    81. 81. Please think of one topic/question you know you typerepeatedly to anyone via e- mail... Directions... Contact information... How to... What are the benefits of... Where to find the... etc...
    82. 82. Do you have asignature with just your contact information?
    83. 83. Do you have asignature with just your contact information?
    84. 84. This one “signature” is 1343 words long. Enough to save me about_?__ minutes of typing/thinking time.
    85. 85. This one “signature” is 1343 words long. Enough to save me about_?__ minutes of typing/thinking time. If I typed 50 words a minute... 26 minutes!
    86. 86. 10
    87. 87. www.OutlookDashboard.com
    88. 88. www.OutlookDashboard.com
    89. 89. www.OutlookDashboard.com
    90. 90. www.OutlookDashboard.com
    91. 91. www.OutlookDashboard.com
    92. 92. www.OutlookDashboard.com
    93. 93. CONTROL + SHIFT + M = A New E-mail Message(While you’re reviewing your calendar!)
    94. 94. For complete directions on setting up your Outlook Dashboard…Please visit:! www.OutlookDashboard.comOr, you can email me, and I’ll send you aneBook for free this week… Jason@WomackCompany.com
    95. 95. 11
    96. 96. The cycle of completion 128
    97. 97. 12
    98. 98. 130
    99. 99. Create (and maintain, andreview!) agendas for people you meet or speak with regularly 130
    100. 100. 131
    101. 101. Remember, all of these tips aremethod first, technology second... 131
    102. 102. Remember, all of these tips aremethod first, technology second... This one tip can save you between 10-50% of the time you spend inmeetings, whether formal and scheduled or impromptu “in the hallway.” 131
    103. 103. RIGHT-CLICKHold and Drag toe-mail the agenda
    104. 104. 15
    105. 105. Important / UrgentThe “Eisenhower Principle”
    106. 106. Important / Urgent The “Eisenhower Principle” URGENT + NOT URGENT + IMPORTANT IMPORTANT URGENT + NOT URGENT +NOT IMPORTANT NOT IMPORTANT
    107. 107. Preparation Prevention Values Clarification PlanningRelationship Building True Recreation Empowerment
    108. 108. Preparation Prevention Values Clarification PlanningRelationship Building True Recreation Empowerment
    109. 109. EFFORT PAYO F F
    110. 110. 16
    111. 111. 3 Kinds of Work We Have 144
    112. 112. 3 Kinds of Work We Have Work we have to think about 144
    113. 113. 3 Kinds of Work We Have Work we have to think about Work to manage over time 144
    114. 114. 3 Kinds of Work We Have Work we have to think about Work to manage over time Work to do sooner than later 144
    115. 115. 17-18
    116. 116. Work to Manage Answer the question: When am I finished on this? 147
    117. 117. Work to ManageUsing your lists of “think about/talk about” andthings to do, please write down several multi-stepoutcomes you are managing Answer the question: When am I finished on this? 147
    118. 118. 19-20
    119. 119. Work to Do Answer the question: Where do I start on this? 150
    120. 120. Work to DoUsing your list of “think about/talk about” writedown several next actions you need to DOas soon as possible Answer the question: Where do I start on this? 150
    121. 121. Our specialty...the “-ologies”What makes for a “productive” day? 152
    122. 122. Psychology:What happens when you’re thinking about working? 153
    123. 123. 154
    124. 124. Technology: Wasn’t “gear” supposed tomake life and work easier??? 155
    125. 125. 156
    126. 126. Sociology:What happens when you sitdown with other people and try to get things done? 157
    127. 127. 158
    128. 128. THANKYOU
    129. 129. MasteringWorkplace Performance presented by: Jason W. Womack Jason@WomackCompany.com

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