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12.03.2016
Join your host, Erik Fisher, as he talks to successful friends and influencers about how they manage their time, prioritize their tasks, and take steps to avoid burnout. Chris Bailey, from A Life of Productivity talks about mastering the intersection between time, attention and energy to overcome procrastination in improve your focus. Chris Bailey turned down lucrative job offers to pursue a lifelong dream—to spend a year performing a deep dive experiment into the pursuit of productivity, a subject he had been enamored with since he was a teenager.
The Productivity Project—and the lessons Chris learned—are the result of that year-long journey. Brett Kelly on talks about the lessons learned from a recent launch failure, mastering your Mac and Evernote.
Dave Delaney shares how to create structure, routines and remain flexible when plans change. Dave Delaney is a recognized leader, consultant and keynote speaker on digital marketing, social media strategy, and business networking. Ryan McRae has had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder all of his life, but he wasn’t going to let ADHD run him down. Aleen Simms from AgileBits joins Erik this episode to talk about one of his top productivity tools: 1Password. 1Password creates strong, unique passwords for all of your sites and logs you in with a single tap.
Michael Hyatt talks about how to stop drifting through life, course correction and designing the life you really want.
Mike Vardy, Steve Dotto and Erik Fisher discuss how far New Years Resolutions can go, Rules and Seasons.
Pat Flynn is a beloved thought leader in the areas of online entrepreneurship, digital marketing, and lifestyle businesses. Guest host Andrew Mason interviews Erik Fisher on experience, changes and growth in over 3 years of productivity podcasting.
Greg Scown, cofounder of Smile Software talks about the Productivity benefits of Textexpander. In this episode Kent and Erik discuss feeling lost as an artist, being stuck in your creative life, finding inspiration, figuring out your priorities, and taking control of your time. Justin Wise of Think Digital talks about the true meaning of the word Hustle, and being super productive while not losing sight of what matters most.
Jeff Sanders of The 5am Miracle talks about making the most of your time, posting and maintaining your energy and equilibrium zero.
Clark Vandeventer talks about lifestyle design, portfolio income, priorities and reinvention. Mystie Winckler talks about living an organized life, walkthrough a brain dump, and organizing your attitude.
Laura Vanderkam talks about having it all: success in a career, family and self investment. Jessica Rhodes and Corey Coates walk through the inception and creation process of their podcast project 'The Podcast Producers'. Cliff Ravenscraft, of GSPN.tv aka 'The Podcast Answer Man' shares about his new mission to live fully alive by creating and crossing finish lines daily. Craig Jarrow of Time Management Ninja and Mike Vardy of Productivityist debate the Apple Watch. Ben Elijah talks about dealing with information overload and choosing the right tools for the right work. Donald Miller talks about his new book "Scary Close", and quitting performing and being honest with yourself and others. Tripp Crosby and Tyler Stanton of Tripp and Tyler talk about creativity, ideas and execution.
We also spend some time talking about the documentary 'Legends of The Knight' about people who's lives have been impacted by Batman.
Julie Sheranosher was a Captain in the army and had absolutely no choice but to get REALLY good with time management.
Author Jeff Goins talks about abandoning the status quo and discovering your calling to live a life that matters.
Citi is over 200 years old, an established global financial landmark with a great history but the rules of the game are changing!
ERR took two golds for Best Simulation or Virtual Environment and Best E-learning Project - Private Sector, as well as a collection of silver and bronze trophies for Team of the Year and Best Blended Learning. Healthcare professionals at the front line are often unsure of their role in improving quality and how to influence change. The Worldmark Academy is a global eLearning initiative, bringing learning and development to employees in Europe, Asia and the Americas. After obtaining his business degree, he created a blog to chronicle a year-long series of productivity experiments he conducted on himself, where he also continued his research and interviews with some of the world’s foremost experts, from Charles Duhigg to David Allen.
I’m also the New York Times bestselling author of eight books and counting, including the forthcoming Insider: Strategies and Secrets for Business Growth in the Age of Distractions. Make sure to grab your free 30 day Trial of Nozbe Pro, and shoot Erik a message if you’d like his Morning Routine Template after you grab that trial!
Pat has been featured in The New York Times and Forbes Magazine for his accomplishments, and has recently been enjoying talking about his story and business strategies in front of large crowds at various conferences and events all around the world. Michael helps busy and overworked professionals, startups and teams learn to implement the latest productivity solutions so they can achieve success by getting things done better. We talk about why this character means something to us, how awesome he is, why we wear Batman T-Shirts, and much more. She found out that she had a talent for understanding people's needs and routines and matching them with custom-tailored time management systems that work for them. In exploring how the organisation needed to change, innovate and grow, it was clear that the bank faced the need to change its mindset, ethical decision-making and culture. In this case study, we explore how they did it and what we can learn from them.ERR (Engineering Real Results) are market leaders in vocational education, training over 6,000 students each year in a variety of trade skills. We have been keeping track of performance and staff engagement throughout the project and have been delighted with the results.
Today, over 40,000 aid workers from 190 countries have accessed the DisasterReady.org learning portal to enhance their preparedness for whatever assignment comes next. Quality improvement is now becoming part of the training and on-going assessment for healthcare professionals.
That is the challenge for the NHS Leadership Academy and its Head of Professional Development, Chris Lake.
Faced with rapid growth on three continents, Worldmark needed to improve individual performance and identify future leaders.
But the very system it had in place to deliver such excellence for customer enquiries was leading to delays, falling efficiency and frustrated customers and staff. We can help you compare the outputs of your modernised learning strategy with your peers but perhaps more importantly the benchmark helps you compare your tactics for achieving those outcomes against the top performers.The Towards Maturity Index is the lead indicator at the heart of the Towards Maturity Benchmark Process.


In recent years, trust in the conduct of the major UK public service broadcasters has been eroded by some well-publicised lapses. It provides new recruits with technical training needed for an engineering career across multiple disciplines including maritime, mechanical, aeronautical communication and information systems. This show will help you do that with conversations with the people behind the productivity. Discover what Ryan has found to help you or someone you know get better focus, procrastinate less and thrive in productivity, even if you don’t have ADHD. In this episode we cover where we are with goals, resolutions, and rules and how we approach the new year and seasons.
His top-ranked business podcast, The Smart Passive Income Podcast, has earned over 25 million downloads and continues to inspire people as they work through their online business journey today.
They are known for providing high quality training, leading to nationally recognised qualifications.
This means that increasingly doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals worldwide will be required to engage with activities and projects that improve healthcare quality and safety which in turn make a real difference to patients.
This included office-based staff as well as hospital-based functions encompassing cleaners, caterers, porters, maintenance, engineers and surveyors. An urgent solution was needed.The existing knowledge portal called Evolution, introduced in 2012, was designed to provide answers in real time, but it was proving difficult to use and had a limited search function.
Trust is critical for Channel 4, because its relationship with viewers directly affects advertising sales revenues.
The team are also embracing how they can maximise the use of technology and new T&D approaches to facilitate learning in a challenging context. Their services help the abused, the most vulnerable, the forgotten and the neglected children across the UK.
We talk with people on all aspects of productivity, including getting the right work done, getting good work done, and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life. Workers also have to evidence their understanding of how information security is managed within their job roles, to meet Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) requirements.
However, there are massive gaps and inconsistencies in standards, training, activity levels and outcomes.
Hesketh’s role included setting up training, management development, commercial training and appraisals across this new organisation.However, with 3,200 staff from 161 NHS organisations, where do you start? Worldmark International has grown rapidly from a single site UK organisation into a global one with 12 manufacturing sites and six Design Centres. The information on the site was written by the process team so the language was technical and difficult for front-line staff to relay to customers. Chief Executive David Abraham made awareness and adherence to the Channel 4 Code of Conduct a key priority for all colleagues.
Quick tipsIt is higly beneficial for senior members of the training & development dept' to have an active service delivery role. The academy builds blended learning skills, alongside how to consult, build relationships and have challenging conversations. The organisation employs 30,000 people across 40 countries worldwide, and sells toys in more than 150 countries. Erik Fisher talks with real people who practically implement productivity strategies in their professional and personal lives.
Analysis by the Royal Academy of Engineering suggests Britain will need more than a million new engineers and technicians by 2020 – which will require double the current number of annual engineering graduates and apprentices. Many managers are primarily concerned with efficiencies, providing value and reducing costs.
Indeed, every enquiry into the NHS, both its failings and its successes, highlights some aspect of leadership.
As a result, customer service representatives (CSR’s) struggled to understand the technical explanations which led to delays and unresolved customer queries. We have to have the critical capabilities in place to run, transform and drive the company forward. The L&D team also have dedicated research arm, so they can continually scan the horizon for new developments. Their focus has shifted from learning delivery to increased use of learning technologies and embedded performance support. You'll be refreshed and inspired after hearing how others fail and succeed at daily productivity and be inspired and instructed on how to move forward yourself. Without them, any chance of riding on the coat-tails of an infrastructure-led economic revival appears to be wishful thinking. Clinicians and other healthcare professionals have very little knowledge or expertise in this field which makes quality improvement a complex challenge for healthcare internationally. On top of that, the NHS is under massive pressure to deliver more with less, in ways not previously part of its DNA. The aim of the academy was clear: to retain staff, improve performance in the workplace, change behaviour linked to company values, identify future leaders and provide a consistent approach to management development. This resulted in customers getting frustrated, staff having to make unnecessary call-backs and customers receiving inconsistent information.
Our employees have to be confident, engaged and knowledgeable whilst delivering the personal touch to our customers as the retail landscape evolves and shopping habits change through the latest digital developments. Mattel has created regional centres of excellence for organisation development designed to build OD and L&D capability, facilitate connections and drive change across the international business. The specific idea was to marry informal and formal learning with great learning conversations for social learning. But they needed to get the dynamics right - not just to create a top-down push but a pull to bring about an employee-owned and manager-supported learning culture.
It is about relationships between the relief organisations and between these organisations and local operatives.
Frontline staff, such as hospital porters or catering managers, and even patients themselves can often have the biggest impact on quality improvement, but have seldom been influential before this innovative approach from the BMJ. The Worldmark Academy has now made rapid inroads in to aligning learning to the needs of employees and to the corporate values and key goals. High levels of calls to the technical support line in 2012 highlighted that a new approach to improving employee’s ongoing product knowledge on the job was desperately needed.
The team are focusing on outcomes and impact, not inputs, and are celebrating success as they go. Increasing the number of qualified individuals in the field is tougher than it looks.Many individuals are looking to retrain for the construction industry.
The most junior Edward Jenner programme, aimed at those beginning their leadership journey, is free to all users. They are often working full time, or have family commitments and needed a training programme that was flexible and accessible. They were eager to create the best possible learning experience for their people and it was this enthusiasm that made them great to work with.


The learning solutionTo address this issue, the BMJ developed a flexible and comprehensive programme to support those undertaking healthcare quality improvement projects – often for the first time. This means that IT teams can quickly spot trends and the issues that people need support with.
Traditionally, when supporting the implementation of a new initiative the team would have pushed content to staff but this campaign encouraged everyday learning through a series of micro actions embedded into their work. Project teams are helped to select a project, guided through the process, and encouraged to complete and write up their project.
This article was first published in Training Journal.Registered users can download the case study for free by clicking on the link in the related downloads below. Today, they tend to turn to Google, YouTube or contact their peers for quick answers rather than plough through detailed instruction manuals. We’re looking at not building these massive, great tanker ships, but building little assets, mini-ships, that we can deploy really quickly and that you can put together in a different format.
Not only from the leaders, the general managers and the functional leads, but also from the existing generalists. Learners were taken through real life scenarios provided by staff and asked to make choices, they explored a virtual office to discover the possible dangers and they even had a go at cracking a password!
The need for rapid, on the ground innovation is always a potential stress point in the face of organisational hierarchies.
Learning, mentoring and opportunities for collaboration and publication are all combined in the BMJ programme, with over 200 projects completed to date in hospitals and healthcare centres up and down the country, raising the quality of patient care and hospital practice. Like other charities we have been impacted by the recession and by a reduction in government spending.
Develop a culture that embraces to be adaptable, a willingness to aquire & learn new skills and continually develop, through formal training or attending conferences, will resource your ability to adapt to changes. For the humanitarian organisation, each environment in which they work is about developing people for growth (their own and locals) but at the same time development for redundancy in that situation. The BMJ Quality Improvement Reports journal aims to publish a high volume of quality improvement reports to help healthcare professionals document and share innovations and excellence in care. As of today, 2,500 aspirant leaders, managers and clinicians use this programme to bolster their leadership skills. In addition the very nature of our core business of conducting research has seen massive changes due to technology.
It was critical to shift to new learning principles, principles, and pivot our role as Learning professionals. This ensured that people knew that it was coming, and explained why the eLearning and the audit were important to CRI. Rejuvenating oiling-herbal greasing of the full body and nine doors of the men and ten doors of the women body. An email campaign, together with banners on the CRI intranet, helped to push these messages. The DisasterReady.org portal has not only provided an opportunity for speed and scale but also for assurance of quality through the use of accreditation, badges and the other tools available through technology. An estimate and quote applicationThe resultsResearch with individuals after they completed the programme showed that 98% of the students who achieved their qualification using this method secured employment within 6 weeks of qualifying. Delivering and supporting learning that is applied consistently at the territory level to busy professionals is essential for our continued success.
Staff commented in feedback that they really liked the way the course felt like it was targeted at them. Increasingly those communities are becoming self-sustaining communities of practice supporting workers in the difficult field conditions of tented communities and relief camps. They appreciated the pictures of CRI posters and branded mugs in the eLearning scenes and said they could recognise real life scenarios from experience.
Volunteers, often from outside the direct humanitarian field, provide material to fill gaps in the provision.
The communication language is currently mostly English but materials are now also becoming available in French and Arabic.
A steady campaign before the course was even created, with visual teasers, helped to raise awareness of why the learning was important – not just for the organisation but for all staff and service users. Disaster response needs workers who have technical and soft skills, are emotionally well prepared and responsive to situations they find. Again, designed and delivered in partnership with the KPMG-led consortium and the NHS Leadership Academy, the programme has unique elements designed to ensure its powerful development is landed and integrated across the health and care.
It is important that workers have the means to share, seek advice and support one another regardless of their affiliations. In addition to four face-to-face highly experiential residentials and seven challenging learning set meetings, there’s also a state of the art virtual campus. Traditionally this has been a challenge, but for example using webinar speakers from a range of client organisations, making the content available to everyone, is breaking down those barriers and encouraging collaboration and sharing. Performance on the programme is peer-assessed by other participants – and it is real: there is an 8% failure rate! Chris Lake believes a major element to the success of the programmes lays in the decision to co-create with expert partners, including National Voices. 500 pieces of material used voluntarily by 40,000 workers in over 190 countries suggests that in stressful, deadline driven situations people are finding the portal to provide real help. The rigorous procurement process prioritised culture and values as well as capability and cost, considered essential for achieving the quality needed to address NHS challenges. The ultimate test is whether the increased leadership skills and the organisational and cultural shifts they are bringing about in relief work are being felt by the ultimate customer – the victim of the disaster. The initiative is characterised by simple technology to enable its accessibility, ensuring its reliability when needed. Engagement is an emerging key need, harnessing the technology power of gamification, badges, excellent visuals and the other features it brings.Where next? A programme participant cannot pass the course without delivering measured service improvement – and it has to be written up. For most programmes this is posted globally online (on the publicly available NHSX site) to enable others to learn from it. Ultimately the vision is to move into enhancing the self-preparedness of potential victims.
In the light of the recent terrible events in Nepal, the American Red Cross interest in this in relation to California is of note! This case study has been independently investigated and developed by Towards Maturity. Hence to gain the maximum benefit  in first detoxification is must Help your body for normal and regular bowlGet toxins out   &  attendbest detoxification colon cleaning program Advance internal cleansing 9 Am to 5 Pm.



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