Without a priority the Whirlwind wins! Each day you face a myriad of tasks involving your “day job.” Everything you do day-to-day robs you from focusing on the really important things that are important but not urgent.
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: Accountability, Decision-Making, whirlwind of business, leadership, reponsibility, keys to good decision making, Eisenhower Matrix
In our Rockefeller Habits recommend weekly meetings agenda there is a specific time focused on accountabilities. We discussed previously the value of peer pressure in these meetings in Accountability - Three Reasons Group Meetings Produce Better. Check it out to discover the three reasons group meetings do better at accountability.
Topics: Accountability, weekly meetings, employee performance, Best Business Practices, reponsibility
It’s appropriate to discuss responsibility and accountability immediately after the first week of the NCAA tournament. The most recent report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, 2014 report indicates employers "stand to lose at least $1.2 billion for every unproductive work hour during the first week of the tournament."
Topics: Accountability, Work Process Flow Charts, People, leadership, reponsibility