Most people’s frustration at work is inflicted by their supervisors. Here are four specific ways they do so. Are you guilty?
Archive for Urgency
Problems always come in pairs. There’s the immediate problem that must be fixed. Then there’s the problem behind the problem. You must fix both.
Several months ago, I spoke to a large group of military officers and contractors. My topic was “How to Shave Ten Hours Off Your Work Week.” In my speech, I provided seven tools for achieving greater productivity and restoring work-life balance.
The companies that thrive in today’s economy will be those that can shift their cultures from the slower pace of business-as-usual to urgency. Because of this, I have made “Urgency” our annual theme for Thomas Nelson. I want this attribute to permeate every aspect of our culture. I know we have a long way to go.