I’ve helped countless teams implement OKRs for the first time; one meeting from nearly a decade ago stands out as a textbook example of What Not To Do.
Distractions are a given, it’s how we respond to them – how we ignore them – that will determine our ability to succeed.
I adore this observation over the weekend from my friend Punit Soni: A practical way to become a better leader is to review at regular intervals all the decisions that need to come to you. And cut them by 50% through either delegation or automation. I’ve never heard this notion captured in this way (though…