This is the final article in our series on healthily leading from home. You can also watch the video for each day's content at my YouTube channel here.
Today we will talk about three work practices that can help renew you:
Creating 1-2 priority goals focuses your work. These are separate from your to-do list but take priority over it. I like to identify the 1-2 things that I really need to do to call the day a win. Focusing on priorities helps you:
Engaging in uninterrupted focus work goes hand-in-hand with setting priority goals. Here are the benefits:
Developing other people’s skills is a renewal activity because:
Also note that developing others has long term benefits. It increases overall organizational capacity, decreases problems, increases retention and job satisfaction, and, if focused specifically on leadership capacity, increases your ability to be strategic as other leaders can focus more on urgent tasks.
Remember there are three overarching themes for the week:
This series focused on helping you develop healthy habits as you work at leading from home.
Just as you face challenges with isolation, so do I. The most challenging aspect of my current focus is not receiving feedback. Please, if you have adopted any of the practices in this series, take a moment to let me know by clicking on the blue email button.
What practice did you adopt?
Do good and be well,