While Americans have a new President and Pfizer announces a promising vaccine candidate, it’s an opportunity for leaders to manage their time the agile way to get ready for what comes next in 2021.
Times may still be uncertain while stocks continue going up and down, leaders should plan how to deal with stress and time management more effectively. In this new era of continuous communication, it seems that there is never enough time in the day to accomplish what is planned. Spending a little time learning about time-management techniques has enormous benefits.
Being busy isn’t the same as being effective. While you may be doing tons of things at the same time, why is it that you may feel that you achieved nothing? You may be working a lot, but not finishing the tasks or spending more time in the wrong activities. The same happens to your team. The difference lies in how you prioritize and how long you spend on each activity. 96% of the issues, errors, or successes in our life are due to the system, the routine, we create through time.