Feeling stuck? Can’t overcome all the issues you may be facing day-to-day?
Vistage Staff did some research to help CEOs and other senior leaders overcome being stuck in the weeds. In their article How CEOs overcome being stuck in the weeds, they address some reliable ways to clear the field and help you to begin to lead the way you envision.
Some positives: Plant something for the future
1. Develop the team
2. Delegate tasks
3. Trust your executive team
4. Overcome fear of failure
Some Negatives: Start digging your way out
What are some of the problems you may have experienced when you found yourself stuck in the weeds? Did you become your own dreaded micromanager? No one, and I mean no one, likes a micromanager. Maybe your team’s growth has become stunted, combined with added stress and a complete loss of focus on what really matters. It is so easy to lose the ability to consider the big picture when you are stuck in the weeds.
How does a CEO overcome being stuck in the weeds? How CEOs overcome being stuck in the weeds is an insightful read full of ideas to help you start to think about how to dig your way out of the weeds, and begin planting good things for the future.