Most leaders struggle to prioritize.
In the research we did for Power Score, which included 9 million data points on successful and unsuccessful careers, we discovered that only 24% of leaders are rated as good at prioritizing.
No wonder so many employees are confused!
No wonder so much money gets wasted on things that don’t matter!
No wonder people feel so stressed out—and feel like they are juggling too many balls at once.
Here is another important finding. So the trick to becoming good at prioritizing is to figure out how to narrow down the number of priorities to the two or three that matter most. [Continue »]