Business Leadership

Not Another Time Management Post

Over time, I’ve come to realize that the “time management” problem is actually much more complex than we let on. Its very simple to blame the individual but as leaders in organizations we need to recognize that “time management” is more than just an individual problem.

The organization, the leader and yes, the individual all play important parts in “managing” time or as I like to think about it, managing distractions and prioritizing meaningful work. Over the next three days, I’m plan to talk about each of these issues:

  • How can we build organizations that support our people’s need to focus and prioritize?
  • How can we as leaders give our people the space, freedom and trust to focus and prioritize?
  • Yes there are multiple factors, but what can we as individuals do? Set our own boundaries? Respect others boundaries? There are many

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