It’s Monday and you probably have a long to-do list. Let’s spend a moment and consider how to make your Monday’s more productive? Start your day with a plan. Spend the first 15-30 minutes of your Monday organizing your thoughts and tasks. Create a prioritized task list. This list can be created on the Friday, prioritizing tasks for your Monday. Calendar time in your schedule for specific tasks, including time for thinking, reflection, and planning. Click on the article link f
How you see yourself You’re probably already familiar with the following concepts but the question isn’t whether you’ve heard them before, but whether you realize their implications and act accordingly. “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you are right.” – Henry Ford “It's not what you are that holds you back, it's what you think you are not.” – Denis Waitley Whatever you believe to be true becomes true for you. Don’t let the past determine your future. “I am” are
What percentage of your employees/ team members are no longer engaged? Today’s leadership tip provides recommendations that helps leaders focus on how to involve people in the decisions that directly impact their job performance. 1. Work with the willing. It is their responsibility to create a plan to re-engage. 2. Engagement is a choice…. their choice. Click on the video link to view Cy Wakeman’s YouTube on re-engagement.
Thank you for joining me for this Leadership Minute, exploring how we Manage Time. The number one challenge most leaders encounter is how to take control of their time. Think about how your day, week, and month are scheduled. Where and how are you spending your time? Stephen Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, suggests we specify our work-related activities, and the time associated with each, in the Time Management Matrix. This grid provides an effec