Want to Build Effective Priority-Management Skills?

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To be an effective leader, it’s not enough just ‘doing things right’ – you also need to be ‘doing the right things’. So what are the 'right things'? Get an SPG!

What is an SPG? 

A single pre-eminent goal that is specific and concrete enough to enable the prioritization of your daily activities.

Can I have more than one? 

Sorry, you may only have one at a time.

Is my SPG the same as my mission? 

Not exactly, your SPG should sit directly under your mission, vision and values--and right above your individual strategies. 

How does my SPG affect my day-to-day routine? 

All of your daily activities should flow from your SPG. Is the meeting you're conducting on Tuesday conducive to achieving your SPG? If not,  perhaps you shouldn't waste your team's time. 

By figuring out what your SPG is you'll have a heightened awareness of what your real priorities are. Need help figuring out what your SPG is? Download the first chapter of Do Lead today. 


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4 Skills to Master In Order to Work Well With Others

In order to be an effective leader you must master two things: managing yourself and working well with others. In yesterday's blog post, we provided you with the skills needed to manage yourself better. Today, we are providing you with the 4 skills you should master in order to work well with others. 

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Download the first chapter of Do Lead today to learn how to master the skills above. 


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Master the Skill of Managing Yourself With These 3 Things

Being an effective leader doesn't necessarily mean you have to be a productivity ninja, it just means you have to master the skill of managing yourself. If you are reasonably good at the following three things (and you practice them consistently), you'll settle into the title "effective leader" quite nicely.

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The Secret of Leadership

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Effective leaders really only need to master two skill categories: managing themselves and working well with others.

Learn how to do both in the sixth chapter of Do Lead entitled Skillset. Download the first chapter of Do Lead for free and learn how to take control of the information flowing through your environment. 


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