7 Reasons Why Multi-Tasking Isn't Good for Your Leadership

7 Reasons Why Multi-Tasking Isn’t Good for Your Leadership

by Charles Stone

Most leaders face the challenge to get more done with less time. Our so called time-saving technologies like smart phones, texting, and faster internet have actually done the opposite. They have created more work for us because they often make us accessible 24/7.

This availability and rapid speed of communication has created the expectation from others that we should get more things done, and get them done faster.

Wise leaders understand that a key to productivity lies in their ability to focus their attention on what’s most important at the moment.

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