We all experience it. That overwhelmed feeling that comes over us as work stacks up, seemingly on end. We push ourselves to get through the pile, only to find that another one has sprouted up behind it.
Raise your hand if you have ever worked for a leader that always seemed frantic. Too many priorities, not enough time, everything is on fire – all of the time. Now keep your hand up if you have ever been that leader!
Earlier in my career, my wife and I lived in a small apartment in Queens, New York. At the time, we had two young children. Our two-bedroom apartment was less than 800 sq ft and had a total of three small closets.
Often as I work with leaders, they seek to create a feeling of ownership among their employees. They seek to have their people see opportunity and not problems, so they can initiate solutions instead of accepting the status quo.
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