Applying the Definition: Scheduling

I love to talk about leadership as this abstract thing. But I also know that getting to the real world is critical - the only thing that matters is what you actually do. No amount of thinking about how to lead is going to make you a better leader, unless those thoughts change your visible, real-world actions. This is a critical point of possible failure.

So I shot a quick video about - wait for it - scheduling! I used the example of scheduling, or the process for getting people into work at a certain time, to illustrate how the definition of leadership helps us understand what we are supposed to do. You can check the video out below, or directly on the Redefine Leadership YouTube channel.

Once you are done with the video, grab the exercise handout and get to work applying the definition of leadership to your work!

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