609 Do What Matters Most: The #1 Time-Management and Productivity Solution
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
Wednesday, December 6
Many people are looking for a way to prioritize their time and do what matters most. In our research we found that 68% percent of people feel their biggest challenge is how to prioritize their time, yet 80% of those same people don’t have a time-management process. We understand how challenging it can be to stay ahead of the curve and get everything done, that’s why we developed three habits you can use to take control of your schedule and do what matters most.
These three habits will help you accomplish more than 800 – 1,200 important things this year than you likely would have done otherwise. This means that productivity will increase by an astounding 30%–50%! Do What Matters Most translates into better leadership, increased sales, higher productivity, higher profitability, and an improved culture. On the personal side, it translates into improved health, better relationships, more money, and increased focus.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to use our proprietary “Do What Matters Most Matrix” to increase performance & productivity
- How to help team members develop a written personal vision—what only 2% have done
- Use our Roles and Goals® template to set specific, measurable goals by role
- A process called Pre-Week Planning® to prioritize your time and do what matters most!
- How to accomplish 800 –1,000 additional meaningful activities in the year—stress free!
Becoming Your Best Global Leadership
Rob Shallenberger is one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership, time-management, and productivity. He’s trained, coached, and inspired hundreds of organizations around the world. He’s the CEO of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership and is the bestselling author of five different books focused on leadership, time-management, and productivity. He served as an F-16 pilot in the United States Air Force for 11 years. He was also an Advance Agent for Air Force One and traveled the world working with foreign embassies and the Secret Service.