Yesterday we looked at how efficiency is different from productivity, and how they correspond to urgent (efficient) versus important (productive). I suggested that you identify one thing to do that would drive organizational improvement and put it at the top of your to-do list each day.
I wonder what you wrote. Was it challenging to come up with something? Does it seem overwhelming?
Did you associate doing something productive and important with doing something big?
It doesn’t need to be that way. Small things add up, especially when they are executed consistently over time.
In fact, there is something very small that you could do every day and which, over time, would transform your organization.
The most powerful thing that leaders can do is to help their people grow. Better people equal a better organization. That’s it.
Tomorrow I’ll provide two low cost and simple strategies for improving your organization and growing your people.
Do good and be well,