Executive Efficiency

Clarity, Growth, Freedom

We find that most businesses are “jammed at the top”, that is—the owner or manager doesn’t have enough time—you are so busy and so overloaded, making it near impossible to free yourself up to do any planning or organising.

  • Do you leave work thinking about work, or are you thinking about work when you’re at home?
  • Do you write a list of ‘things to do’, only to re-write the same list the next day because very little got done the day before?
  • Do you have a few hundred emails in your inbox?
  • Is your office an ‘organised mess’?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this program is for you.

The first thing we do is help you get back some time so that you can start working on your business rather than in your business.

In this program you will be educated about some powerful principles of efficiency. Then, a consultant will take you through the process where you will finish more work in a shorter period of time than you ever thought possible.

Results from this program

The Executive Efficiency Program has made me feel more in control of my working day. Since a child, I have never been an overly organised person. Throughout my working career I have implemented strategies to help me with this and I have improved over the years, though still had times of struggle.

The Executive Efficiency Program was the final strategy I needed to make it work. I have only been using the system for one week and already I can notice the difference. I have completed more in the past week than I thought possible. I am looking forward to this system being part of my everyday life, without having to think about it.

BD, Design Manager: Manufacturing Company

Today for me was all about achievement. I have finally been able to sort out business related docu- ments that have been lingering around for up to 12 months in my office and in my car. Today for me has been about relief, a huge burden has been lifted.

Now I am able to concentrate on my day to day business without being bogged down will all the ‘too hard baskets’. Already I can foresee what can be done with the basics of the program and it can only get better.

DN, Director: Building Company