“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities”
Leadership theories often espouse the significance of developing, communicating, and making decisions based on priorities. However in many organizations, whether they are businesses, the military, or families, priorities are seldom discussed, identified, or communicated. Sometimes, even if they are, they are not used as the basis for decisions or revisited periodically to ensure their continued relevance and validity.
Most of the time when priorities are developed, they are described as a list of the most significant to least significant priorities that is intended to guide an organization as it wrestles with the challenges of limited manpower, resources, time, and energy.… Read the rest