“Everything’s a priority!”. Of course it is. And naturally if you can’t get everything that’s asked of you done, on time, as requested, then somehow you aren’t prioritizing well enough. Give me a break!
Notwithstanding performance and potential, managers get promoted to manager roles in part because they are pretty intelligent people. So you’re intelligent; now ask yourself if you’re buying this argument.
In Situational Contracting Part 1 you learned about the 4 crappy options and the 3 steps to get a request changed or withdrawn. And if that doesn’t work check out this 3-minute video as we move to Situational Contracting Part 2.
I’m posting regular video segments titled “From Coping to Conquering” that will offer simple tips for managers to manage more effectively, transform into leaders, and lead exceptionally, especially virtually.
Of special note; 12 statements, each a fundamental element in transformation from manager to leader by doing less, accomplishing more and making a difference. When you complete this survey you’ll have a better understanding of the distinctions between managers and leaders, and know where you are on the spectrum.
Together, Situational Contracting Part 1, and Situational Contracting Part 2 will help you muscle-build 5 of the 6 core competencies that will equip you to do less, accomplish more and make a difference.
Thank you for viewing the videos and completing the survey. So do you want to be a manager who works, or a leader who creates? I’m here to for you. Drop me a line and let’s discuss.