You need people to get work done. But more and more people are walking away from work for a variety of reasons. So finding and retaining talent has become a formidable challenge, which therefore causes the business to suffer. How do you keep pushing things forward without enough people around you?
About Michael and Megan
As a leader, you’re committed to making 2022 the best it can be. Yet uncertainty continues to hamper planning and execution. It’s hard to know how to prepare yourself and your business for the months ahead.
You work with a great team. You’re all running hard toward your goals, but lately people seem to be flagging. As a leader, you want to step up to reinvigorate them. But you don’t want it to be empty fluff or surface-level rah-rahs. Are there concrete ways to encourage your team effectively?
You’re running on empty without much gas left in the tank. You can see your performance slipping and your creativity dwindling. But how can you take time off when there’s so much to do? Won’t you just regret it when you come back to hundreds of emails in your inbox?
The horror stories of succession are many. Micro-management. Complete abandonment. Disorganized handoffs. Undermined authority. Even downright sabotage. It’s the stuff of nightmares—enough to fill anyone with dread.
Feeling like a slave to your calendar is exhausting. Running from one activity to the next and working long hours is a recipe for burnout—which undermines your well-being and performance.