In an always-on world, the demands heaped on today’s leaders make it seem like their time is unlimited. But a leader’s time is finite, and too often leaders get frustrated by constantly needing to put out fires, get backlogged on email, rally the troops or devote their attention to external stakeholders. Most executives stuck in one rut or the other fail to balance their time and priorities, and long term strategic goals and projects fall by the wayside. How does the satisfied executive spend their time, and how can leaders disrupt the organizational roots that lead to a lack of respect for time and structure?
John Baldoni, Chair of leadership development N2growth, a global leadership advisory firm & Author of 13 books… newest is MOXIE, The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership, None
John Baldoni is chair of the leadership development practice of N2growth, a global leadership consultancy. John is an internationally recognized leadership educator, executive coach and speaks throughout North America and Europe. John is th... More View all posts
John Baldoni is chair of the leadership development practice of N2growth, a global leadership consultancy. John is an internationally recognized leadership educator, executive coach and speaks throughout North America and Europe. John is the author of more than a dozen books, including MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership, Lead with Purpose, Lead Your Boss, and The Leader’s Pocket Guide. In 2014 Trust Across America named him to its list of top 100 most trustworthy business experts. Also in 2014 Global Gurus ranked John No. 11 on its list of global leadership experts. John has authored more than 500 leadership columns for a variety of online publications including Forbes, Harvard Business Review and Bloomberg Businessweek. His leadership resource website is www.johnbaldoni.com Less View all posts