Do you have a love/hate relationship with time?
Time is a precious commodity, one which we too easily give away and can never get back.
What’s your thing with time?
Is it the wasted time in meetings (online or in person), going around in circles because people aren’t prepared, aren’t contributing or are reluctant or avoiding decision-making?
Do you feel like you never have enough time?
Or is it more the confusion, lack of clarity and poor communication, that’s chewing up time?
As a leader it’s vital to ensure we’re respectful of our own time and that of others.
Being prepared, having agendas, decision-making strategies, planning, follow-through, follow-up, brainstorming, a clear intention, purpose and outcomes for meetings – will help enormously.
Make the most of your time this week.
And if you do find yourself spinning your wheels, going around in circles, if you haven’t already got a copy of the Leadership Maximiser Tool, then download it here today.
In it, I share, some of our favourite ‘time’ savers to gain you back clarify and confidence when leading team and business.
Love your time this week.
P.S Whenever you’re ready… here are 4 ways I can help you develop and work on your business leadership capabilities:
1. Download a free copy of The Leadership Maximiser Tool, a detailed Productivity and Performance Experience
Lead with clarity and confidence. Minimise overwhelm and indecision. Be organised and focused to lead a flourishing team and grow a thriving business. Accelerate results for you, the team and business with this step-by-step tool. Click here
2. Join the Empowering Leaders Group on Facebook and connect with likeminded leaders from around the globe.
It’s our Facebook community where committed leaders are learning more about creativity, leadership and high-performance. Click here
3. Join our Excelerator Program and lead the way
I am launching a new group intake shortly…stay tuned for details. If you’d like to work with me on your business leadership skills to create, lead and perform… just message me here re. “Lead the Way” in the subject line.
4. Let’s get the team together
If you feel like a cracked recorded saying things over and over again, and would like a different perspective and someone else at the front of the room to lead regular and consistent team building, accountability and engaging learning experiences, that drive results and outcomes for individuals, teams and the business, then … comment below or send me a message and put “Private” in the subject line… tell me a little about your business and what you’d like to work on together, and I’ll get you all the details!