Boost Your Productive Leadership

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Wednesday 29th November 2017

2pm AEST (Brisbane)

12:00pm WA (Perth)

2:30pm ACDT (Adelaide)

3pm AEDT (Sydney & Melbourne)



Leaders are spending too much time at work and NOT getting the results to match!

And, it’s NOT about lazy!

  • They spend a lot of time and effort guiding, developing, and often counselling and refereeing, their teams.
  • They are struggling to drive performance while also getting their own work done.
  • They know delegation can help them but they either don’t know how, see everyone as already being too busy, or don’t know who they can delegate to.
  • They get pulled down into the minutia far too quickly, stay there too long, and are there too often.


What’s really going on is…

  • There’s not enough trust and rapport to delegate confidently
  • Difficult conversations are avoided because of the perceived (and sometimes very real) backlash that could happen
  • The risks and perceived (and real) costs of mistakes are too high


Did you know:

  • It takes ~20minutes to get back to where you left off once you’ve handled an interruption. When you add to that, on average, 2 to 3 hours each day are spent handling interruptions, this means productivity is suffering. (Source HBR)
  • You can lose up to 40% productivity through multitasking!
  • Your IQ lowers up to 10 points when you’re distracted by calls and emails and this is the equivalent of listing a night’s sleep.


All these factors play out in almost every workplace: your leaders (and your employees) contend with these daily.

In my work with leaders the common message I hear is that they feel like they’re drowning in work, not keeping up, not making the progress they want to make. The pressure to be more productive is not being matched with enough resources, time or attention. Leaders at every level are feeling this pressure.

It’s important to understand how productive – that is, how effective your leaders are – and where they might be getting stuck, bogged down or losing track. When a leader knows where they’re stuck they can devise the best strategy, focus on the right activities, have more success with less stress, lead their team more effectively.

Furthermore, in my work with many people across a diverse range of industries and experiences, I see and hear so many leaders and managers struggling with:

  • Prioritising: the work, themselves and others
  • Discerning urgent and important in the context of return on effort and investment
  • Being stuck in the detail and not knowing how to rise above through effective delegation, feedback, and confident decision making
  • Multitasking yet not getting anywhere
  • Poor relationships because of poor presence
  • Reacting versus responding so they never feel like they’re getting ahead




In the free 45min+ webcast:

You will identify what productivity level you or your leaders are operating at and why.

 You’ll learn why leadership needs to cover personal, professional and people productivity and the keys to mastering productive leadership.

You’ll learn about the 3 A’s and the 3C’s of productivity  

You will get tips and strategies that can help you be more productive instantly.

This webcast is scheduled to run for 45minutes however I’ll stay online longer to answer questions.


In addition to the webinar you will also receive:

Weekly Productivity Notes: every Tuesday receive an extra boost of productivity. (You can opt out at any time.)

   A copy The Productive Leader Whitepaper 

A free Management Success Skills eBook: this is a self-paced self-coaching workbook designed to help you improve your people skills so you can be a more productive leader.

Register for the Webcast:

Click here

Wednesday 29th November 2017

2pm AEST (Brisbane)

12:00pm WA (Perth)

2:30pm ACDT (Adelaide)

3pm AEDT (Sydney & Melbourne)



Just a few insights from  attending the Productivity sessions with Sally:

  • “I cannot multi-task and I’m better off / more productive when I don’t multi-task.” Maria S.
  • “I never realised the effect of interruptions on focus and productivity.” Keelan M.
  • “Be present when someone talks to you.” Catherine W.
  • “There’s yes, no, not yet and not me … I have options.” Vivienne B.
  • “Scheduling me is important.” L.B.
  • “I very rarely look after me. I look after others. I need to look at myself.” Kevin R.


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Wow, is short of explaining how awesome I find Sally and regard her expertise. Her knowledge, understanding and expertise in training people to be better managers is simply amazing. Having managed people for the many years I found her advice real, easy to implement and has had a massive impact on how I will manage people in the future. Thank you Sally.

Sean Grabbelaar, Retail Manager & Start Up Entrepreneur

It was a pleasure to work with Sally Foley-Lewis on a project where Sally organised over 120 attendees for a training seminar with four speakers. Sally’s approach was professional, supportive, friendly and informative before, during and after the event. Sally ran the seminar and her approach as a MC was of the highest of standards.

Adrienne McLean, Helping Professionals Get More Clients

Sally was the MC and presented at a skills forum where I was also presenting. Sally’s engagement with the participants was a delight to watch and equally to experience. The content of her session was high quality and demanded attention. Her humour and warmth made her presentation very memorable.

Frances Cahill, Elevator Pitch Polisher | Wordsmith

Sally Foley-Lewis coordinated an excellent Resilience, Confidence & Self-Esteem Seminar for a large group of public speakers. I recommend Sally as a leader who is supportive, informative and highly professional.

Charmaine Burke, Training Director, Art of Communicating

I was so pleased and honoured that you accepted our invitation to present as the opening keynote speaker. I knew your presentation would be engaging and thought provoking – but you completely exceeded any expectations with regards to your humour, candid approach and the quality and depth of the information you provided.

Karoline Cummin, Samford & District Chamber of Commerce

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