Tag Archives | time management

Distractibility, Focus and Leadership

Last night I attended the Oregon Symphony’s performance of Igor Stravinski’s Petrushka. It was brilliantly performed with the addition of puppeteers and a live video feed onto a huge screen above the orchestra. Carnival Chaos The setting of Petrushka is a carnival and the musicians all had various parts to play to create the atmosphere. […]

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Secrets to Being a Calm, Serene Manager

Managers often complain to me about not getting their work done due to extraneous demands on their time. They keep being interrupted, cannot get their work done during the day, so stay late to get things done when it is quiet around the office. All this does is add guilt and a sense of failure. […]

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Meetings, Meetings, Meetings

Sixty-five percent of meetings never result in any decisions being made, according to Diana Jones in Leadership Material . Meetings are most likely to beabout sharing information and getting group opinion and overall are a big waste of time. According to Mankins Stop Wasting Valuable Time in HBR, only 12 percent of corporate executives believed that […]

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