There’s a general trend taking place at the moment, across industries, where everyone seems to be more concerned with what everyone else is doing, but that’s not going to get us anywhere. Only focus can do that.
What’s stopping more people from staying dialed in to their own jobs, and what can we do as leaders to make that easier for them?
Is there a way to pinpoint recruits more likely to knuckle down on what they’ve been hired to do?
In this episode, Robert Houghton and I discuss how to instill a culture of focus in our organizations.
Focus on whatever it is you've been hired to do and don't worry about anything else. -Craig Picken
Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
The importance of setting expectations
How can we expect our team members to do anything without communicating what we need from them?
How to hold employees accountable to their unique commitments
Are we doing enough to encourage our employees to stay focused on their assigned tasks?
1 thing stopping people from staying focused
Focus isn’t a particularly difficult concept on paper, so what’s stopping the vast majority from knuckling down in their areas of expertise?