Who We Are... 

McGhee Productivity Solutions (MPS) is a performance consulting firm based in Denver, CO specializing in change management and productivity effectiveness. MPS empowers individuals, teams and organizations to increase performance and work-life balance by creating sustainable cultures of alignment, focus, integrity, and accountability. MPS utilizes Microsoft products and proven methodologies to enhance productivity. MPS offers a wide variety of consulting services blended with eLearning providing training and coaching solutions for clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies. Founded in 2003 by pioneer in productivity and author of Take Back Your Life!, CEO Sally McGhee, the company has experienced significant growth in recent years primarily attributed to 85% of their business coming from satisfied client referrals. MPS has a presence all over the world including the US, Canada, LATAM and Asia. The company holds a GSA MOBIS contract and is a certified Women-Owned Business. 



Just a few of our valued clients:

  • Microsoft
  • PepsiCo
  • Lowe's
  • Marriott International
  • Boeing
  • Raytheon
  • Disney
  • Starbucks
  • Mars
  • Flex
  • US Coast Guard
  • GAO
  • Tiffany & Co
On average past clients have experienced:

  • A 64% reduction in the average number of emails in their inbox
  • Gain 10 days back a year that were previously spent working outside of the normal 9-5 business day
  • Feel 14% more in-control at the end of the day
  • 22% more of their tasks and calendar appointments directly align with objectives
  • 49% more time is scheduled on the calendar, prioritizing getting the right things done

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Client Perspectives

Microsoft Corporate

Doug - Executive

"Initially, I was apprehensive about conducting the session remotely, but after we got into it, it felt totally natural. The consultant did an excellent job addressing the areas I requested help with. Our session allowed me to close the loop on areas that I had not fully executed. During the session, I put things in action. One example was alphabetizing my 'SNA Waiting For' list. The other was making my categories/tasks visible in the lower left corner when reading my e-mail. Both sound trivial, but doing that has saved me a great deal of time in reducing steps (e.g. flipping between screens and scrolling). Plus, it improves my job satisfaction because of the added convenience."