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Disciplined and repeatable practices are the keys to hyper-productivity. How do the best performers start their day, manage their energy during the day, and finish strong in the evening? How do your leaders solve the onslaught of demands? I’m sure they have tried multitasking with few successful outcomes.
Instead, encourage your managers to follow these 4 personal effectiveness tips:
- Wake with a focused plan of the most value-adding activities to accomplish, designed the night before
- Focus on mono-tasking to get deep work done, well
- Work in sprints of 90 minutes, then take a 10-minute break
- Power down at the end of the day to reflect. Did everything get done? Were expectations realistic? What can be done differently, tomorrow.
Learn how your leaders can achieve their goals. How would additional time-management skills drive performance at your organization?
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