Put time back into your calendar by learning how to use leverage.
We all have the same number of hours in a week, so why do some people seem to get more done?
It’s easy to assume that productive people work harder, but that’s not necessarily true. The most productive leaders have learned to work smarter. Being productive while managing your time and priorities is key to running a successful business, department, or team. But there is only so much you can do on your own. The secret to accomplishing more throughout the week is by learning how to leverage your time.
Leverage allows you to multiply your time by simply adding a little force. Getting better at using leverage will allow you to expand past your current capacity without being stressed or overworked.
Successful organizations are built on effective leadership.
In addition to driving innovation, effective leadership is a primary driver for the growth and development of an organization, and without it, businesses can struggle to survive.
Leaders throughout an organization are integral to the overall success of the business. Effective leadership is about executing the company's vision and setting the tone and culture. It's about creating plans and motivating people to work together to achieve that vision.
Learn how to build a clear roadmap to help your new hire succeed and thrive.
First impressions are important, and when it comes to bringing new team members into your organization, ensuring a smooth transition is critical.
According to a report by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 1 in 25 employees will leave their new job because of bad onboarding experiences.
In addition to higher turnover, poor onboarding can impact your employee’s success and your organization's overall success. It can inhibit workplace efficiency and change an employee’s outlook on your company.
To get off on the right foot and set the tone for an employee’s expectations throughout their time with your organization, an effective on-boarding process is key.
When was the last time you and your team missed a deadline?
Nothing is more frustrating than setting goals and creating a plan only to come up short—the success of your employees and your team hinges upon accountability. As a leader, it is important that you not only hold yourself accountable for hitting your goals but that you hold tension to goals set, and you create a culture of accountability on your team.