Choosing Ruthless Priorities
I work with many of my clients on the idea of Ruthless Priorities.
I define Ruthless Priorities as those 1 or 2 things that are so important that you refuse to put them at risk. Read More
When you are trying to be organized and strategic, and it’s your boss who is chaotic, reactive, and causing confusion and rework, it can make you feel really stressed, confused, frustrated, and tired!
It’s a shame there are so many chaotic bosses out there, but they are indeed out there, so we need to find a way to make the best of it. Read More
The idea of Ruthless Priorities has been on my mind a lot recently.
Quick review: What I mean by Ruthless Priorities are those 1 or 2 things that in any moment you refuse to put at risk. Read More
Well it’s the new year, and the new year often comes with a desire to renew, change or improve something in our work and life.
One of the things I find so interesting (and mostly annoying) is that just because you decide you want do something new or better, the rest of the world does not back off and start behaving in a less challenging, tempting or unreasonable way. Read More
The thing that keeps many companies from scaling is that they try to keep doing everything that they started.
This is common occurrence because early in the life of the company, you kind of have to do everything. Read More
This problem has been coming up a lot recently in my coaching hour conference calls, so I wanted to share some advice here.
They way this is often stated is:
“My company has downsized, but now my team has been given the work of other teams that no longer exist.
This month’s webinar was on the topic of Negotiating Priorities & Conflicts.
If you missed it, you can download the recording below.
This is a very useful webinar to download if:
Ruthless Priorities, which I often talk about as a concept, is a wonderful way to focus your time and energy, but perhaps even more important and valuable, are the conversations that having clear Ruthless Priorities allow.
Let’s face it – just because you decide to think and work more strategically, doesn’t mean the rest of the world will back off and let you! Read More