Participate in live, group coaching and learn how to start working in 6-Week Cycles.
Next cycle starts Monday, Jan 24th.
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Staring at a computer, sitting in a cube, for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week does not work. It never worked.
We took Henry Ford’s model and translated it into a corporate environment. Productivity was measured by looking to see if someone was sitting in their seat.
With the rise in the remote workforce it’s important that leaders find a solution that works best for their distributed teams.
Adopt new habits with 6-Week Cycle templates to gain more control over where your time is spent.
6-Week Cycles Simplifies Your Work-Life.
Increase your productivity while reducing work-life stress. Gain new insight around planning, scheduling, and culture building initiatives. You'll have access to the same tools and processes Joe’s team has been testing and improving over the last five years.
6-Week Cycles Book & Templates
Step-by-step guide to shifting your workday into the 6-Week Cycles framework.
Daily Improvement Emails
Six week email series to help you improve your own productivity through planning.
Yearly 6-Week Cycle Schedules
Organize your whole year by working in our predictable 6-Week Cycle Schedules.
Next cycle starts Monday, May 20th.Pay $3,499 today
Wow, okay, yeah. Thank you for your directness. So, this approach doesn’t work for everybody, let’s start there.
BUT the principles are around becoming more results-oriented and responsible with people’s time. That foundation can be used for 6:2, 12:2, 3:1, whichever works best for your organization.
We do not. But, it feels like you want to know “how do you make up for the lost productivity during those two weeks?” That comes from the clarity of tasks heading into a cycle that creates less waste during those 6-weeks.
It does not. But learning 6-Week Cycles will help you find ways to make the work day more predictable. Then you can change it to 3:1, 12:2, whichever works best for your organization.
I mean…this is kind of the same as the “do you work 7 days questions above” — did you not see that one?
The only “job” during the two week break is to respond to emails and to plan your next 6-weeks. If you can accomplish that AND go off the grid — then yes.
Within the first 7 days you’re going to see a change in how you plan your day, approach productivity, and how you use your calendar.
You'll have access to any video replays, you'll also receive a recap of anything covered that day.
It begins the first week in September. With that first Monday being Labor Day, you would participate in your first group coaching session that Tuesday, September 6th at 2pm CT.
Everybody has their own idea for changing the world — this is mine.
I believe the workday beats parents down. I think it kills motivation. And it's this same workday that makes you feel like you busted your ass, but question, "What did I actually get done?"
This is my fight.
More intentional use of people's time.
The Industrial Revolution-era tactics of measuring productivity by monitoring the time spent glued to your cubicle is over.
For many people, just hearing they can work this way is eye-opening. I hope the idea alone gives you new inspiration for writing a work-life that works for you.
Author, 6-Week Cycles
Joe Martin is a Chicago-based business growth consultant who helps experience-based companies increase revenue between $1M-$10M.
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Lean Culture Transformation Leader at Intuit
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Founder of NYB Creative
Video clip courtesy of The Leadership in Business Podcast with host Todd Westra and guest Matt Deutschman.