timestrat2There have been as many books and articles written about time management as almost any other subject in the personal and professional development field. Time management is not a time management issue. Almost everyone knows that you should complete your most urgent, important, critical tasks every day. Almost everyone knows that planning your day makes more sense than letting others do your planning for you. Everyone knows, but very few do ... Why? In our rapidly changing, time-conscious world, we are forced to get more done ... with fewer people ... in less time. The quantity of time will not change. There are always 60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in a hour, and 24 hours in a day. Therefore, what needs to change is our perception of time, and how we manage our time, both professionally and personally.

The Process

As a result of this Time Strategies process you will be able to determine that each remaining day in your life will be invested in those activities, which will return the personal and professional rewards that you desire. This process will help you overcome procrastination, help you effectively prioritize, and help you invest your time wisely.

Critical Issues Covered Within this Process

  • Getting Organized
  • The Importance of Meaning
  • The Three D’s
  • Goal Setting
  • Investing Your Time
  • Reacting vs. Acting
  • Stress Management
  • Procrastination
  • Planning and Priorities
  • Attitude Development
  • Learning to Say No

The Results Are Measurable

  • Reduction of Stress
  • Development of Time-Conscious Attitudes
  • Ability to Accomplish More in Less Time
  • Increased Productivity
  • Solidified Life Purpose, Vision, and Values
  • Enhanced Personal Balance
  • Accelerated Goal Accomplishment

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Case Study

Industry:
Home Health Care and Medical Supplies Provider

Client:
Home Health Care and Medical Supplies Provider in business since 1997, 200 employees servicing clients in two states.

Scenario:
The owner wanted to develop an executive team to lead collaboratively in order to strategically grow the business, which would enable the owner to transition into a less active leadership role and into more of an advisor/mentor role. During the course of the program, state regulators unexpectedly reduced their Medicaid reimbursement by 10%. This change meant that the company profits and margins were immediately reduced by 10%. As a result of this change, the company leaders needed to quickly develop new growth strategies while engaging their people in the processes to make it happen.

Approach:
The affiliate worked with the four-person executive team to develop the necessary leadership skills to set the new strategic goal, the action plan to accomplish it, and to lead execution of the plan to grow their third largest market segment by 50%. One member of the executive team took overall accountability for the goal and each of the other team members took primary ownership of one or more of the key deliverables. Individual coaching helped the leaders fine tune their action plans and develop appropriate behavior changes, while the group sessions helped them stay aligned.

Results:
Within one month, the client met the goal of growing the third largest customer segment by 50%. Since the goal was achieved so quickly, they universally agreed to double the goal to increase 100% by year-end.

The owner has developed a new growth strategy in medical supply sales and has engaged the affiliate to develop 17 additional team members to increase customer loyalty, referrals, and pull-through medical supply sales