As professionals, we need to learn how to manage our time and how to focus on the primary objectives of our job. As managers, however, you can help your staff excel by encouraging them to set annual goals, and choose one thing they hope to improve upon. Applying the Emphasis Rule, you can help them apportion time appropriately, partner with mentors and plan for their educa
Everyday we have certain things we need to achieve. Yet we often allow the details to get in the way.
This article is not about giving 90% effort. It is not about doing only 90% of the job. This is about time management, getting the most of your time and resources to accomplish your tasks. It is part of the Lessons Learned series.
Documentation is what you ask for – don’t expect people to just do it. As a business owner or manager, it is your job to insist on it.
If anything strings together my career it is observing how people, including myself, respond to change.
I just obtained another certification (officially), which joins the numerous unofficial certificates that I earned through corporate training courses. Whenever I go through this experience I have to wrestle with the justification of the certificate process. Is it really worth it? What does it prove? Originally posted on LinkedIn on February 16, 2016, this article…