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    5 Common Leadership Errors and How to Stop Making Them

    James Nagy - 352 Article rating: No rating

    As leaders, we are always searching for ways to be more effective, more productive and more successful. What if some of our own errors and habits were holding us back from these goals that we continuously strive so hard for? There are a few common errors that leaders make. It’s important to identify these errors and learn how to stop repeating them in the future.
     

    Effective Time Management: Spend Your Time on an Agenda Instead of in Reaction Mode

    James Nagy - 602 Article rating: No rating

    Time management can often turn into a slippery slope initiative. No matter what your role in an organization is, when you have a lot on your plate and you need to prioritize exactly what it is that your time and focus should be on, you start running into issues. Scheduling every component of your day into five minute segments isn’t realistic. Life happens. Leaving your day up in the air leaves you in an endless cycle of reaction to problems as they pop up. So, where is the sweet spot?
     

    Take the Promotion: Let Anxiety Fuel You

    James Nagy - 915 Article rating: No rating

    Taking the next step, career wise, sounds like a natural progression. You’d be surprised to learn, however, how comfortable some people get in business. Often times people see promotions, added responsibilities and career moves as distant events. When faced with an opportunity for a new role, people will freeze in fear and pass up a role or added responsibility for fear of falling short. My answer? Let the anxiety fuel you. 
     

    Business Management and Development: Use Your Weak Areas to Grow

    James Nagy - 1006 Article rating: No rating

    Often times, when we come across a difficult client or a challenging project –all we can see is frustration. We see demanding clients who are asking things of us that we can’t easily deliver. We are faced with tasks and projects that, while they fit inside our areas of expertise, they require us to rack our brains to try to figure out successful solutions. This is frustrating. This is tedious and time consuming. This is an opportunity for growth.
     

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