By Ron Edmonson at Ministry Matters. I only list the seven. The details of each can be found here.
Wasting time and energy may be one of my biggest pet peeves as a leader. Some days I leave work and feel I never got off the treadmill. It’s physically and mentally draining.
I firmly believe if we get rid of common energy wasters we can dramatically improve our performance as leaders. With that in mind, I’ve spent time in my personal development finding ways to eliminate time and energy wasters.
Here are 7 common wastes of energy in leadership:
1) Focusing attention on the naysayers
2) Refusing to delegate
3) Second guessing decisions
4) Trying to have all the ideas
5) Living with broken structure
7) Completing tasks not designed for me