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Power-Packed Productivity with Tim Wade


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Slides from the Power Packed Productivity session by Tim Wade on 10 Feb 2012 in Singapore. Tim Wade is Singapore-based motivational speaker and business growth speaker who focuses on the psychology and strategies of effective change management, increasing productivity, leadership and performance improvement.

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Power-Packed Productivity with Tim Wade

  1. 1. Tim
  2. 2. Building on Growth Tim Wade
  3. 3. The QuestionGOAL ACCOMPLISHMENT:• Leading teams (and self) towards goals (Hero’s Journey)• Trust• Accountability• Communication• The challenge of timeATTITUDE OF COMPLETION:• Mindset & action-set of completion
  4. 4. The Hero’s Journey The hero is introduced in his ORDINARY WORLD where he receives the CALL TO ADVENTURE. He is RELUCTANT at first to CROSS THE FIRST THRESHOLD where he eventually encounters TESTS, ALLIES and ENEMIES. He reaches the INNERMOST CAVE where he endures the SUPREME ORDEAL. He SEIZES THE SWORD or the treasure and is pursued on the ROAD BACK to his world. He is RESURRECTED and transformed by his experience. He RETURNS to his ordinary world with a treasure, boon, or ELIXIR to benefit his world. Joseph Campbell
  5. 5. Personal Growth• Motivation – increase skills and activities of the Developer• Transition – shifting from Sufferer, Follower or Destroyer to become a Leader and Developer of self, others and the business• Execution – applying the actions of Victors for personal and business growth
  6. 6. Agenda & Rules• Productivity • Participate• Goals & Priorities • Question self• Time Economics • Write down ideas• Leadership • Enjoy• Delegation • Commit• Psychology • Do it anyway
  7. 7. How will you participate?
  8. 8. V9
  9. 9. V9 – 4 Conditioned Mindsets
  10. 10. V9 – 9 characters to Victory Albert Gray
  11. 11. Stuck in the story? ORDINARY WORLD CALL TO ADVENTURE RELUCTANT - Fear MENTOR APPEARS CROSS THE FIRST THRESHOLD TESTS, ALLIES and ENEMIES. INNERMOST CAVE SUPREME ORDEAL SEIZES THE SWORD or the treasure Pursued on the ROAD BACK to his world. He is RESURRECTED and transformed by his experience. He RETURNS to his ordinary world with ELIXIR to benefit his world.
  12. 12. New Year
  13. 13. Goals• The Goal and How we Get There• Goal Clarity• Accountability• Action• Completion
  14. 14. What you can do…• Create goal categories – Staff – Manager – Organisation – Client – Community – Self• For each category: – Write down your goals – Write down the tasks for each goal – Share these with someone – Take action – Report progress regularly
  15. 15. Priorities• Psychology• Priorities• Preferences• Procrastination
  16. 16. The Most Valuable Resource on this Planet is:Premium paid for things that: • Save Time – Do More – More Results, Faster • Engage Us – Give More – Emotion, Entertainment, Value, Learn • Increase Relationships – Laugh More – Love, Laughter, Emotion, Growth
  17. 17. Time Economics
  18. 18. The Path to Wealth: Time Pie
  19. 19. TOILET TIME: WORK REMAINDERWork: 24 mins per workday“Comfort 56 hrs Assume Breaks”. 28 hrssame for non-work (butawake) time. Therefore TOILETtotal is 48 mins per day. 7 x 48mins = 5h36mins/wk 10 hrs ++++ PLUSShower/Teeth@ 12 mins EATINGeach twice a day (24 mins) + 18 hrs12 mins grooming/day =4h12m/wk--------------------------------------TOTAL: 9 hrs 48mins/wk SLEEP 56 hrs 12 star
  20. 20. Consequences of Inactionresults lifeline deadline
  21. 21. 12 Spirit 11 1 Giving Self 10 2 Growth Intimate 9 3Wealth Community 8 4 Money Education 7 5 Mission Enterprise 6 Health The Great Goal-Getting Workshop
  22. 22. Overcoming Fear & ProcrastinationKnow Your BIG Goal Change Your & Why Mind…set Specific, Clear Goals. Increase your Awareness Actions
  23. 23. Actions• Lead Actions – Investigate, Delegate, Activate, Connect, Train, Inspire – what’s your Top 3?• Influence growth – using the laws, sell more internally and externally• Develop people & clients – inform, inspire, consult, motivate, grow• Give more value to clients – raise awareness and see opportunities• Seek more tools & shift mindsets – raise awareness and seek opportunities Awareness Test
  24. 24. “Successful people formed the habit of doing things that failuresdon’t like to do.” Albert E. N. Gray, 1940
  25. 25. Time Economics: Quality• Quality of work• Rework• Correction• Branding• Standards• Character Development – victory comes with raising your standards
  26. 26. Time Economics: Productivity• Juggling demands• Efficiency and Effectiveness• Doing things right, doing the right things• From disorganisation to productivity – time wasters – time leeches – increased productivity
  27. 27. What you can do…• Keep a time journal – time wasters – time leeches – durations• Estimate vs Actual time• Pre-schedule• Chunk: 1st two hours• Submit: 80% version first• Daily/Weekly progress report• Efficiency and Effectiveness• Quality quantifiers
  28. 28. Leadership
  29. 29. Transitioning to Leader• Paradoxes – Must look at yourself but It’s not about you – Pre-meetings increase meeting effectiveness – Must take more risks to reduce risk – The more people you lead the greater your chance of leading nobody – You job as a leader is now to listen more than speak – Negativity won’t work anymore – You have less power
  30. 30. Transitioning to Leader • Prerequisites – Articulation of systems – Broader view of organisation – Clarity of vision – Decisiveness – Effectiveness of communication – Facilitate positive change – Grow Developer skills – Vision shifts from head down to 360 – Create an inner circle – Clone your strengths
  31. 31. Peter Principle • Breakthrough: – Seeker: Personal Development/Growth • Barrier: – Fear/Resistance – Apathy/Comfort • Consequence – StagnationCompetent – Protectionism – Attrition of Lower Levels – Pay
  32. 32. Pareto Principle Output• Barrier: Possibility – Poor awareness – Poor motivation – Poor Corporate Culture – Poor Processes – Apathy/Comfort• Consequence – Poor productivity – Frustration – Cost inefficiency• Breakthrough: – Self-Leadership – Delegation
  33. 33. Delegation
  34. 34. Delegation• The art and science of successful delegation• Measurement and accountability vs micro managing• From task-dumping to effective delegation, authority and responsibility
  35. 35. How to bean amazing leader…… in 6 easy steps.
  36. 36. Step 1:Be Clear or: don’t assume others understand•Team clarity on goals & why•Goal-clarity: •tell them what you’re going tell them, tell them, tell them what you told them•Communicate goals: Check, Listen•Are we aligned with our vision &mission?
  37. 37. Connection / Love insecurity Contribution & GrowthCertainty Change anger arrogance Significance Self-Awareness
  38. 38. Step 2: Influenceor: Don’t boss people around. •2 new teams •Know where you’re going •Help others know where you’re going •Build rapport: respect RECIPROCITY •Be confident not cocky
  39. 39. Step 3:Delegateor: Don’t try todo everything yourself• Delegate to strengths• Delegate up, down &sideways
  40. 40. Step 4: Be Helpable or: don’t be a know-it-all •The risk of Authority •Creativity and Innovation •Men drivers •Ask opinions •Help people help themselves • Human need: Contribution
  41. 41. Step 5: Get Dirty or: Don’t be a spectator, be a participator•No bosses•Builds respect•Shows teamwork•Allows mentoring•Leading from within
  42. 42. Step 6: Celebrate Victory or: don’t be a glory-hogger or a dissatisfied mute.• Celebraintion• Motivation• Compensate with empowerment and praise
  43. 43. “Successful people formed the habit of doing things that failuresdon’t like to do.” Albert E. N. Gray, 1940 6 HN
  44. 44. Tim
  45. 45. Goal Clarity, Learn Skills, Victor Mindset, Positive Action, Persistence
  46. 46. Organisational Goals: Profitable Productivity DO SELL EARN More More More GIVE LAUGH More More What is Profitable Productivity? 5%
  47. 47. DO EARN More More Success = EffectivenessGIVE LAUGHMore More SELL More 5 Pillars
  48. 48. VISION Corporate Vision & Mission EXECUTION Change Leadership Communication ManagementMEASUREMENT CSR Team Skills Resource Strategy Effectiveness Management Management STRATEGY Financial PRODUCTIVITY Purpose Clarity & Emotional Innovation Effectiveness Output Personal Mission Intelligence & Efficiency COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP PSYCHOLOGY Supply Chain ACCOUNTABILITY Branding Reasons for & Time MINDSET Personal Management MOTIVATION Performance Employee Engagement Marketing Reporting Operational Customer Sales Results Effectiveness Relationships EXECUTION Increase Awareness
  49. 49. 8 Steps to Productivity 1. Analysis 2. Leadership 3. Structure 4. Systems5. Communication 6. Performance 7. Feedback 8. Consequence
  50. 50. Step 5: Communication• Clarity of goal & reasons – Tell them the measure of the goal, 10% case study – Explain the analysis (proof) & the benefits (why)• Psychology of recipient – Sees only failure vs Positive Possibilites – Character and ability to respond vs react• Consider sensitivities, ramifications and backlash• Influencing skills, persuasion, pain vs pleasure, rewards• Key internal champions – Sabot vs Support – Victors, Victims – Positive action• Who do you need to communicate to? LAMP
  51. 51. To Increase Results…First Increase Self-Awareness: How am I behaving? What Stops Us?
  52. 52. What STOPS us? Overwhelm THERE Out of Control Uncomfortable TAKE FEAR ACTIONHERE
  53. 53. WHY?
  54. 54. 2 Primary Fears Pro...
  56. 56. How do people procrastinate?
  57. 57. Connection / Love insecurity Contribution & GrowthCertainty Change anger arrogance Significance Self-Awareness
  58. 58. So How? - Increase Self-Awareness BROWN
  59. 59. Reticular Activating System radio
  60. 60. Awareness Test
  61. 61. Why?• We are conditioned to think a certain way (mindset)• What we think about determines our moods / feelings / emotions (character)• Our feelings can determine the extent of our actions (motivation)• Our actions determine our results CTEAR V9
  62. 62. The V9 Profile• 4 conditioned mindsets• 9 characters we play• Seek Increase Awareness• Develop Victor Mindset• Lead Accountability (Decrease Excuses)• Give more value• Increase Productivity V9 was created by Tim Wade
  63. 63. V9 – 4 Conditioned Mindsets
  64. 64. V9 – 9 characters to Victory Personal Control
  65. 65. V9 – 9 characters to Victory HELPING PEOPLE SHIFT
  66. 66. “Successful people formed the habit of doing things that failuresdon’t like to do.” Albert E. N. Gray, 1940
  67. 67. TEST AWARENESS Part 2
  68. 68. Cultivating a Possibility Mindset
  69. 69. Speed Networking
  70. 70. Tim
  71. 71. 1. ReciprocityI influence others bygiving them value first.I am grateful when Inotice all those whochoose to give evenmore value back to me.
  72. 72. 2. AuthorityI influence others by mycertainty. I use my body,my emotions, myintelligence and my voiceso others have evenmore confidence in me.
  73. 73. 3. ScarcityI help people makedecisions and take actionby limiting the time,quantity or availability ofthings that they value.
  74. 74. 4. Commitment & ConsistencyI help people commit towhat I offer byacknowledging theirgreat decisions based onthe information they hadat the time, and nowgiving them newinformation to make anew decision.
  75. 75. 5. LikingPeople do things for peoplethey like. People like peoplewho like them. Because Ichoose to like people, theytend to like me, and I caninfluence them through thisrelationship.People are also influencedby people who are similar tothem. I notice and makeknown our similarities.
  76. 76. 6. Social ProofPeople are influenced toimitate the actions ofpeople similar to them.I help people see thatothers like them arealready doing what Iwant them to do.
  77. 77. In the next Program… the V9 ProfileHow to cultivate aMindset of Victoryand increaseprofitable productivityas well asimprove relationshipsby better understandingpeople’s thinking stylesthrough the V9 Profile.
  78. 78. “Successful people formed the habit of doing things that failuresdon’t like to do.” Albert E. N. Gray, 1940
  79. 79. Your Assignment• Illustrate each of these 6 laws of influence by listing for each the features, benefits or information about your product, service or strategy.• Prepare 6 statements, one for each law, that would help further influence those with whom you communicate.• Test it and journal impacts.
  80. 80. Tim
  81. 81. “Successful people formed the habit of doing things that failuresdon’t like to do.” Albert E. N. Gray, 1940
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