“I can’t believe how hard this is – I used to enjoy coming to work every day, no matter the challenges,” lamented Jack, a long time client. “Now, it’s different. People are so fear driven that many seem to have given up. They seem resolved that things aren’t going to change anytime soon.” As I […]
Summer with Scott – Article 3 The following article is a guest post from leading business consultant, Scott Edinger. Leadership is a means to an end. As great as it is to be a leader, as noble a cause as it often is, as important of a job as it is, there is always a […]
Many CEOs and leaders handle the urgent and important parts of their role effectively – like seeing an opportunity that has a short window to take advantage of and going for it. It’s when a situation is important, but not urgent that there’s procrastination. For example, you realize that your market is changing and you know that you need to meet with your team to assess your current strategy, but there’s so much going on that you just keep putting off the planning session. Now your procrastination may be for a good reason like “We need to address this other challenge first, it’s time sensitive…” And, here lies the danger.