It’s only natural for leaders to care deeply about their organization. Are you struggling to relinquish control, particularly when it comes to problem-solving for your managers and other employees?
According to MeetingKing, organizations in the United States spend $37 billion in wasted meetings every year.
In today’s resource-constrained world, delegation is as much a survival skill as a leadership essential.
Every time you turn around, there’s something alerting you to check email or text, Facebook, update a particular app, listen to a voicemail…the “demands” never end!
How often do you start your day with little direction around what to do? Make daily planning a habit and it can trigger a multitude of benefits.
Are you struggling with distractions? Devoting a growing amount of time to such habits, you’ll feel less productive in your personal and professional life.
At MAP, we commonly coach our clients on how to identify what’s vital and, importantly, to plan more effectively around that not just on a long-term basis but on a daily, short-term basis.
Do you tend to work on the wrong things, or what’s trivial in terms of your leadership goals, and find yourself doing tasks or serving in roles that should be assigned to your team instead?
Invest more time to “High Value” activities that produce significantly more results.
Capitalize on this daily opportunity, tackling whatever is tougher or requires more mental or physical resources before the afternoon blahs or distractions set in.