Trusting team members can be difficult for most executives, especially when it comes to delegating tasks and responsibilities to others. Are you working hard on any tasks that you recently “delegated”?
Good management looks – and often feels – like spinning several plates precariously resting on handheld sticks. The trick to successfully pulling it all off is to keep the actual “plate spinning” to a minimum through smart scheduling, organization, and delegation. in a busy office, particularly if you’re already entrenched in a broken routine of habits, this is definitely easier said than done! That doesn’t mean it’s impossible to start making changes, however: in fact, you can start immediately.
Last week, I attended a sales and business conference hosted in Atlanta, GA. During on the of the breakout sessions, a speaker make the following statement “Losers have Goals, Winners have Systems”. To be honest, I was initially confused by the statement because its counter-intuitive to what most people learn — successful people are often goal oriented.