If you’ve ever felt like there just aren’t enough hours in the day… That you can just NEVER get enough done… Or received feedback that you have a time management issue…

Then you NEED to see this BEFORE this problem impacts your ability to move up in your career!

What you’re dealing with may not be a time management issue. In fact, if you’re managing others, it’s very unlikely related to time at all!

But to determine the root cause you need to consider is…

Is this a “Time Management” issue or actually a delegation issue? There’s an easy way to find out.

I invite you to really review how you are spending your time. Think about how much you put on yourself versus leveraging your team or cross-functional resources. Is this the best use of your time at your level of accountability?

Then use that information to adjust. Give your team a chance to develop new skills and abilities while creating capacity for yourself.

Doing so may free you up to define a more strategic vision for the project. Or create the necessary headspace for developing additional leadership skills that will prepare you for a bigger role.

It will also give you more capacity to build internal strategic relationships that will be beneficial to you and your team’s success.

The truth is, failing to delegate to your team, holds you back from your full potential as a leader! It is literally robbing your project of its potential success.

So your ability to honestly reflect and evaluate delegation will crush this time management issue quickly. And will allow others the room and opportunity to truly develop. Which will build a much stronger, more passionate, and more engaged team!

But, there is one more thing you need to cultivate as a leader…

The ability to say “NO!”

I know it can be hard to do, I mean you want to be a great business partner… to be more collaborative… to play a bigger role in achieving company objectives.

And, truth be told, some activities feel like they go faster or smoother when you do them yourself…

But that is a mindset to avoid and challenge.

Because that thinking comes with a hidden cost…

Which may end up being the promotion, raise, or acknowledgment.

So, it is as imperative to consider your time as it is to consider your team…

But even for the best leaders, this can be hard to do. No matter how amazing your team is, it just feels like “letting go” or “handing over control” of a project.

I understand how you feel, and I’m here for you.

If you’re ready to discover the habits that will serve you best in your career… Or the mindset shifts that will help you grow into your next promotion… I can help.

To find out how, join me on a quick Career Breakthrough Strategy Session! We’ll discuss where you are, how you’ll get to the next level in your career, and how I can help.

All you have to do is choose a time.