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 and get their own work done.
- They know delegation can help them but they either don’t know how or don’t know who to delegate to.
- They get pulled down into the minutia far too quickly and too often.
Are you the CEO, HR Manager or Head of Dept and have stressed-out leaders reporting to you?
Are your leaders not as productive as they could be?
Do you spend too much time helping your leaders to be better time managers?
Yes! Then join me for this free one hour webinar.
Did you know:
- It takes ~20min to get back to where you left off once you’ve handled an interruption, according to research reported in the HBR. When you add to that, on average, 2 to 3 hours each day are spent handling interruptions, this means productivity is suffering!
- You can lose up to 40% productivity through multitasking!
- Your I.Q. lowers up to 10 points when you’re distracted by calls and emails and this is the equivalent of losing a night’s sleep.
In this fast-paced, switched-on world we live in, leaders feel like they’re drowning in work, not keeping up, not making any progress. The pressure to do more with less has not eased up at all. The pressure to be more productive is not being matched with enough resources, time or attention. Leaders at every level are feeling this pressure.
Register for the free Webcast to
Learn how your leaders can get 2 hours back and still achieve more:
Tuesday 6th June 10:30amAEST (Brisbane)
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!
As a result of working 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, self 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 feedback, delegation and effective 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
It’s about working more effectively with the team, executing the work, empowering and driving performance. It’s time for leaders to get greater insight into how they spend their time so that they can stop feeling as though their efforts are invisible. It’s time for leaders to be more discerning; master key leadership skills such as feedback, delegation and prioritising to achieve more while simultaneously developing their team; and instead of ‘just getting by’ actually value-adding to business.
In the free 60min webcast:
✓ You will identify what level your leaders are operating at in terms of their productivity and why.
✓ I’ll discuss the three key areas that impact productivity and why leaders need to take back control.
✓ You’ll understand how important it is for your leaders to master feedback conversations and delegation for massive and instant productivity improvement.
✓ You’ll learn how important presence is for the productivity of self and the team.
✓ You will get tips and strategies that can help your leaders, and you, be more productive instantly.
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 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:
Tuesday 6th June 10:30am (AEST Brisbane)
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.