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As leaders formulate and fine tune their strategies, it is important for them to sort through and prioritize the often-bewildering array of opportunities that compete for their attention. One of the biggest traps you can fall prey to is the belief that everything is “Priority One.” The problem with this is that if everything is Priority One, then nothing is Priority One.
If everything is Priority One, then nothing is Priority One.
About the Author:
Dr. David Chinsky is founder of the Institute for Leadership Fitness, a celebrated speaker, and author of The Fit Leader’s Companion: A Down-to-Earth Guide for Sustainable Leadership Success. After spending nearly 20 years in executive leadership positions at the Ford Motor Company, Nestle and Thomson Reuters, he now focuses on preparing leaders to achieve their highest level of professional effectiveness and leadership fitness. For more information, visit FitLeadersAcademy.com.
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