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Full Focus Productivity - Game Changer!
Every single-site manager knows there is a routine to running their business, with certain activities repeated daily, weekly, or monthly at prescribed times.

From opening and closing checklists, to the familiar pattern of customer trade, managers know when and how frequently key tasks and responsibilities need to be addressed.

When becoming a multi-site leader for the first time, much of that certainty and routine is taken away. Yes, there will always be a rhythm to certain aspects of the role; monthly business meetings, profit and loss reports published and so on, but for many new to the role, there’s a great deal of ambiguity about how to schedule your time each day, let alone how you should now approach organising your weeks, months, or the quarter ahead.

So, how can you best manage your time? What are the tried and tested ways to plan on a quarterly, weekly, or daily basis? And how can you be more productive?

In the next in our series of free mastering multi-site leadership webinars we’re exploring the challenges faced by new and established multi-unit managers to manage their time amongst multiple (and often competing) priorities, ensuring they remain focused on making progress with what matters most.

We’ll share 60:30:10, the Productivity Code, which provides an operating system for you to become more productive and effective.

We’ll also revisit one of the four key operational disciplines that we discussed in our first webinar and see how we need to go beyond just creating SMART objectives!

Join us on Friday, 9 December (10am, GMT) for a one-hour exploration of what that system could be and how the best multi-unit managers bring it to life, day in, day out.

Dec 9, 2022 10:00 AM in London

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Lee Sheldon
Co-Founder & Director @MMU
Lee has spent many years in front line operations working in both single and multi-unit management positions. His experience has helped him truly understand the responsibilities and challenges of the ‘managers of managers’ role and taught him the importance of ‘it’s the front line that delivers the bottom line’. His approach to effective multi-unit and remote management has been shaped by leading thinkers and operational practitioners. Following on from his former role as Director of L&D at SSP Group (the leading operator of food and beverage outlets in travel locations across the world), Lee has gone on to support MMU’s clients by challenging their thinking and practices regarding multi-unit and remote management and by helping them to focus on the activities and behaviours which world-class managers must master.
David Blackmore
MMU Channel Partner @MMU
David is a versatile and highly successful operations manager with over 28 years of diverse experience within the hospitality, retail and coaching industry including working with industry leading brands, such as including Mitchells & Butlers Ltd and, more recently, Welcome Break. Whilst there he worked closely with a range of respected partner brands, including Starbucks, Waitrose, KFC, Burger King, WHSmith, Harry Ramsdens, Pizza Express and Chopstix. He is a highly motivational leader and mentor, with a demonstrable record of hands-on and cross-functional leadership, effectively managing and building teams to maximize performance, streamline processes, and deliver operational excellence. He has a proven track record of managing full life cycle projects from initial design to completion, whilst managing stakeholder and client expectations. David is passionate about using his expertise and wealth of knowledge to help businesses, professionals, and owners/leaders to grow in knowledge.