If you asked your employees what their priority was, would their answer be the same as yours?
Write down each of your employee’s priority. Notice priority is singular—not plural. Then ask each of your employees to write down what they think their priority is. A priority is an activity that when focused on and done, causes everything else to fall into its proper place. Compare what you have written with what they have written. Oh-boy!
Ninety-nine out of 100 times, two very different descriptions will occur. And some bosses wonder why their employees aren’t doing what they want.
Surprise! It may be time to talk.
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