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Time management tips from an executive coach

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Curtis Crosby is a Partner and Executive Leadership Coach at the firm of Velas Coaching LLC, which specializes in providing customized solutions designed specifically to help successful leaders achieve their development goals.

Delegating and time management

Jathan Janove: What are the best steps leaders can take to delegate and manage time more effectively?

Curtis Crosby: As these two traits/skills often go hand in hand, I’ll say that any leader overwhelmed or overworked should looking closely into whether or not they are doing too much “tactically” versus “strategically.”

A leader’s primary role is to set the vision/direction for his/her department as it impacts the organization and company at large—and to achieve results. Those leaders caught up in the weeds (e.g. attending too many meetings, problem-solving non-priorities, wrapped up in extensive hiring practices, or answering the, “just have a minute?...(register to read more)

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