How to spend your “Leadership Time” budget

29 01 2016

“Most of the time, you find that the smaller the budget, the more the project is about something substantive.” ~ Robert Carlyle

The same can be said for the time that you have to spend at work.  How often do you find yourself focusing the majority of your time on a problem employee, versus the time you spend on those who show up, head down, and do their job without complaint?

I understand that leadership is about preventing, and putting out fires.  That said, in order to prevent those good employees from leaving out of frustration.  When you’re doing your monthly coaching sessions, and at other times, please be sure to THANK those “no fuss” employees that you have.  Invest some of your “leadership time” budget on those employees that are more substantive.

Speaking of budgets…


Rubes cartoons used with permission.




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