Most of us are overcommitted. We think that being busy makes us important, but it just makes us ineffective. Remember this rule: whenever you say yes to one thing, you’re saying no to something else. Learn how to say no more often so you can get more done. Learn more about time management at DaveCrenshaw.com/time.
Development topics covered: Why repetition isn’t just for the gym. How to turn a mistake into a coaching opportunity. How to create a system for proper training. Why demonstration is a powerful training tool. Why practice—with a little guidance—makes perfect. How observation improves training. How measurements lead to effective training. Why being open to changes in your … Continue reading “How to improve employee training and team development | eight practical tips”
This past weekend my family and I escaped the hectic schedules of everyday life and stayed at a beautiful place called the High Country Lodge in Wyoming. Being here reminded me of a principle I teach in my course, Improving Your Focus, about creating a digital free zone. This place is a HUGE digital free zone where you … Continue reading “How a digital free zone improves focus”
I’m pleased to introduce this brand new course to you. It will help you discover your own personal time management style and set you up for success in managing your own time and collaborating with others. Before we get to that, here’s a question: what’s your style? Your time management style is a reflection of … Continue reading “What is your time management style?”
How do you know if you’re a micromanager or a productive leader? The answer is as easy to find as a hot dog on a summer day. Whether you’re in a management role or entry-level, you know that productive leaders are a unique bunch. They inspire their team to take action in their lives, whether they’re at … Continue reading “How micromanagement kills productive leadership”