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  • Darrell K. DeMotta

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Strategic thinking is an essential component of leadership and yet for many leaders, it can be nearly impossible to find time for.


In this piece, the author argues that there are two main barriers that keep leaders from devoting more time to strategic thinking:


โžก๏ธ First, companies often incentivize long hours, and tethering yourself to your desk is rarely a recipe for innovative, strategic thinking.


โžก๏ธ Second, many leaders want people to think theyโ€™re busy, so they lean into the frenzy.


To fight against these external and internal pressures, remind yourself that strategic thinking doesnโ€™t necessarily require a large time investment. You may also benefit from documenting where your time is actually going, as there may be tasks that you could easily combine, defer, or outsource.


Start actively working to let go of the โ€œbusy = importantโ€ frame that dominates so much of our culture. Becoming more aware of the reasons you struggle to make time for strategic thinking is the first step towards overcoming them.


๐Ÿ‘‰ Check out this article from Harvard Business Review written by ๐ƒ๐จ๐ซ๐ข๐ž ๐‚๐ฅ๐š๐ซ๐ค to know more about it. (ctto)


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