You’re the leader.
That means you choose the music that everyone dances to. You need to be out in front and leading, providing direction and ideas that excite and motivate followers. Here are my four best tips on setting priorities at the top.
- Be focused on what needs to be done in the future. Don’t set priorities that will bog you down in the past.
- Look to seize opportunities rather than fix problems.
- Concentrate on accomplishing something challenging; something that will make a difference.
- Limit your priorities to a small number. You’ll end-up getting much farther.
Copyright 2018 Bob Legge
I am a trusted advisor to leaders of Fortune 500 companies, mid-size companies, nonprofits, education, and government. My work helps leaders drive strategy, lead successful change, develop high performance cultures, improve individual and organizational performance, and produce faster, sustainable growth and value.
If you want to dramatically improve your leadership effectiveness, and free-up more time for yourself and your family, give me a call.
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