Confessions of a First-Level Leader: We're Overwhelmed

November 13, 2019

Jimmy McDermott shares some advice for leaders of teams that are overwhelmed. 

  • Acknowledge there is too much work.
  • Model good behavior.
  • Kill all non-essential projects and activities.
  • Communicate up about the overload.
  • Aggressively filter new demands.

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