HR Leader Feature: Sock-Sock, Shoe-Shoe
Evaluating your choices and routines as a leader
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We all know that blindly following old habits and routines doesn’t get us new results, just the same results. Good routines mean good results. Even when some changes could mean great routines and great results. We know the potential is there, and we want it, but looking for our habits and routines takes effort.
Changing them takes far more effort. You give yourself permission to procrastinate: You’re waiting for things to slow down so you have more time, you’ve got deadlines approaching, you’re not really qualified to analyze it all or your routines work for you so there’s no point to examination or change. Good is good enough? It’s painful to see it out there in black and white, but that is what the excuses really say.
Continue reading this HR Leader feature article to discover why you need to regularly evaluate your choices, routines, and habits as a leader.