Why Managing Promises, Not Time, Gets Results
Managing time is one of the skills for action and results, but it isn’t enough by itself. Yes, we can be more productive if we eliminate wasteful activity and replace it with valuable activity. We need to keep track of our appointments. We need to meet deadlines. Buy why?
Join Bob Dunham in this free Leadership Circle conference call to explore how managing time must be in the service of managing promises, or we can be efficient at producing low value. Time management is one symptom of our difficulties with the leadership skills of making good judgments, organizing for value, and managing our commitments to produce satisfying outcomes.