Among the biggest responsibilities of a leader is to get the best out of their team. The relationship of the team members is, therefore, vital in achieving this. An effective team will have a better performance than a disjointed collective, where people put in individual performances.
While no one has enough time, we each have all there is.
In working with business owners as they strive to get the most out of their operations while, at the same time, trying to create a degree of personal balance, I’m often confronted with the response – “but I just don’t have the time to do it all!”
In many cases this results from not having a clear understanding of their priorities. One thing that can help us focus on what's important is understanding our timeline. It goes like this…