…is to ensure you set your priorities.
It’s worth considering:
– Are your priorities aligned with your values (the company’s – and your personal)?
– Will your priorities ensure you become who you want to be?
– Tasks are not priorities. (Though they love to masquerade as such.)
– Priorities are consistent – we can predict them.
– Priorities change as the market dictates.
– When a company’s priorities are different than those of employees, the customer can tell.
– Are your priorities really objectives or initiatives? (Cut to the chase: It doesn’t matter as long as the team is aligned on definitions.)
– You can tell a company that has defined the right priorities: Partnerships form across functions.
– The best priorities are those that inspire and fulfill potential. (Are you fulfilled?)
What else determines a sound priority? (Would your entire team have the same answer?)