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The Art of Delegation: Releasing Control

In last week’s blog post we talked about the importance of taking the time to sort through mounting piles of work to see what can be delegated to other team members. It’s easy for this critical step to get missed when you’re feeling pressure to complete a growing pile...

The Art of Delegation: Categorizing the Work

In our last blog post we talked about the importance of delegation for leaders. When leaders fail to effectively delegate their workload, the added stress and anxiety of more work than they can complete on their own flows from the leader’s desk to the staff.  This...

The Art of Delegation

An alarming number of leaders suffer from the sensation that each day they are losing ground, unable to stay in front of the wave of overburdening workloads, deadlines, and expectations. The toll on productivity, morale, and health often goes unrecognized until a...

Lead Better by Seeing More: Willfully Ignoring Information

In last week’s blog post we looked at some of the ways in which leaders can be oblivious to information just out of view. Understandably, information outside the forefront is harder to observe, but it may be the most critical to obtain. This week we’ll be looking at...

Lead Better by Seeing More: Critical Hidden Data

In last week’s blog post we took an in-depth look at the issue of missing information that’s right in front of leaders. Dr. Bazerman and a New York University colleague coined the term “bounded awareness” to describe this phenomenon. When leaders are so caught up in...

Lead Better by Seeing More: Bounded Awareness

In last week’s blog post we explored the two primary types of thinking leaders employ, when we typically engage in each type, as well as the pros and cons of each mode of thinking. According to Dr. Bazerman, The Power of Noticing: What the Best Leaders See, leaders...

Lead Better by Seeing More: Two Types of Thinking

In last week’s blog post we looked at some of the most common reasons business plans tend to suffer – when leaders ignore available information, if necessary data isn’t acquired in time to make decisions, when data is available but leaders fail to analyze it...

Lead Better by Seeing More

In this over-information age, an alarming number of business plans fail because leaders ignore the facts needed to make sound decisions. Misguided perspectives can be blamed on a lack of data, wrong data, or the inability to understand relevance. Even in hindsight,...

The Importance of Emotional Health for Leaders: Thinking Positively

In our last blog post we looked at the importance of handling stress in a healthy manner for our overall emotional wellbeing. Filtering out stress and negative emotions becomes easier when trials are treated as situations requiring calm rather than reflex. The key is...

The Importance of Emotional Health for Leaders: Being Self-Aware

In last week’s blog post we looked at the importance of emotional health for leaders. It goes without saying that leaders are expected to deal with a great deal of pressures and stress on a regular basis. What they may not realize is just how important it is that they...

The Importance of Emotional Health for Leaders

Leaders face a variety of pressures and expectations in today’s corporate environment. Their responses to these pressures vary, as do the personalities behind them. Ineffective or (worse) toxic cultures are a result of leaders who respond to trials in detrimental...

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