Many leaders feel starved of time.
Often, managing your time as a workplace leader means getting organized. A typical day as a workplace leader may start with 30 minute or one-hour blocks of meetings and conference calls. At other times, you will just have to learn to say ‘no’ if employees want four hours of your time to dive into the plans for an office Christmas party or to reorganize teams for a creative project.
At the end of the day, any of these strategies make it possible for you to manage your most precious commodity: time.