CEO Time Saving Tips

Maximize Your Meetings: Establish Meeting Days & Stick to Them

For busy CEOs, especially in this post-pandemic space, handling meetings (both in-person and virtual) is becoming a much-needed skill. If you’re not careful, you’ll find yourself spending more time in meetings, than working on the business. To avoid this from happening, it’s important to take control of your meetings and limit them to certain days during the week. In this way you’re much more prepared to be fully present during your meetings and not have to worry about juggling meetings with mission-critical tasks that must be completed. …

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How to Save Meeting Times: Creating Powerful Meeting Agendas

When it comes to meetings, there are a number of things you can do to ensure that meetings are as productive as possible. We’ve previously discussed shortening meetings to just 15 or 30 minutes to keep everyone on track and focused on achieving a goal. However, we can increase the effectiveness of meetings by also setting a powerful agenda and communicating that at least 24 hours before the meeting. This practice does three things to help you maximize your time:

  1. You can set the priority of what to discuss.

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The CEO’s Secret to More Productive Workweeks: Establish Weekly Goals & Track Your Progress

Every week brings with it a host of unique challenges that can be hard to foresee ahead of time. That’s why making it a practice to plan each week and outline weekly goals is so important for CEOs looking to maximize their time. According to the leading CEO advisory consultants, here are the best ways to take back control over your weeks and show up on Monday morning focused on results – no matter what happens next.

  1. Carve out time for planning time on Sunday. Though the …

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Are Bottlenecks Sabotaging Your Time: Why Quarterly Process Reviews Are a Must for CEOs

How often are you reviewing your processes to ensure they aren’t producing unnecessary time bottlenecks? If you were to ask most CEOs, the answer may surprise you. Researchers have found that up to 44% of employees (including CEOs) are wasting time at work every day because of process inefficiencies. That could account for hundreds of hours a year of lost time spent doing extra work or steps that don’t move the needle. So, if you have not reviewed your most time-consuming processes this year (or …

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