Do you have a strategy? A real strategy, not just an objective, or a goal, or a vision? Most leaders I meet think they have a strategy, but what they have does not meet the definition. If they do have a strategy, they are not getting the most from it by using the strategy in two different ways. Today, I bring you an in-depth post on what is (and is not) a strategy, how to create one, and the two things you need to do with it.
If you’re working from home, you have the huge benefit of not having to commute. But research shows that the ideal commute isn’t no commute. A commute allows a natural transition between your personal roles and your work roles. Here’s how to recreate an effective transition when you’re working from home.
I had an epiphany last week about the source of so much frustration and resentment on teams. I’ve labeled the problem, “unseen work.” In this post, I describe what unseen work is and provide a quick exercise you can do to identify and address any problems with unseen work before they trigger resentment on your team.
We talk constantly about unmanageable workloads, but it’s actually the mental and emotional work that’s wearing us down. Learn how to reduce your thoughtload so you can get through your workload more efficiently and effectively.