Four Things That Leaders & CEOs Should NOT Be Doing Right Now

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In this week’s blog, Wayne identifies the reason for the many drains on CEO time and four behaviors in which CEOs should NOT engage. Avoiding counterproductive behaviors is a surefire method for increasing anyone’s effectiveness.

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  1. Productivity Kryptonite…interruptions. I have specifically been working from home a couple afternoons per week so I can have a couple hours to focus on building the business rather in strategic customers or system and processes.

    I think we need to focus on letting our people do their work and encourage them to lead, but have checks and balances in place to hold them accountable. One thing beyond that is to make sure our people will handle a corrective conversation and grow from it. It they won’t grow, then help find them a place where they will be successful.

    • Yes, Justin! Interruptions! Good call.

  2. Could I get a copy of the CEO job description?

    • Sure, Josh.

      • Could you please send a copy my way also?

        • Done!

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