Who We Are... 

McGhee Productivity Solutions is a consulting firm specializing in performance execution. We offer a blend of consulting services and eLearning products to help organizations, teams and individuals execute strategies and achieve measurable business results. McGhee Consultants work on-site and virtually across many industries in the U.S. and international regions. Our extensive list of clients include: Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, HJ Heinz, Ritz Carlton, Giant Eagle, Lowes, E&J Gallo, GE, PepsiCo, Ericsson, Georgia Pacific, and many more.
 

  • Powerful models and standards integrated with technology, producing sustainable performance.
  • Implementable from boardroom to individual contributor across all areas.
  • Immediate application and results.
  • Content rooted in Be-Do-Have causing dramatic, long-term changes.
  • Alignment, focus, accountability and integrity become part of the cultural fabric of our clients’ organizations.
  • Programs are internally operationalized, enabling clients autonomy.
  • Customized content increases effectiveness.
  • Blended learning increases scalability.

McGhee was launched in 2003 by Founder and CEO Sally McGhee, a pioneer in the field of executive productivity and author of the highly acclaimed Take Back Your Life!  book series published by Microsoft Press. As a Microsoft Partner company, our programs utilize Microsoft software as a tool to assist enterprise companies to implement their learnings and leverage their software investments. From the boardroom to the knowledge worker, McGhee will impact how well your company brings its strategy to life.


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Jan Hughes - Executive Assistant

"I recently took the Take Back Your Life class and had a wonderful time learning new things that I could do to make my work life and the rest of my life less complicated. The session leader was a great communicator. Listening to him, I realized I've been on the right track with some organizational ideas, but there were ways to improve and enhance them. I also learned how to use Outlook's TaskPad in a useful way. I had always seen the TaskPad as just another 'to-do' list, and I don't need another 'to-do' list. This class showed me how to keep up with my goals and responsibilities as well as the staff of six whom I assist. What a change it made."