In this article, Adam Bryant a leadership specialist shares five approaches that can help leaders fine-tune their compartmentalization skills, in order to provide more effective leadership.
- Compartmentalization: discretely separating life areas to manage emotions, tasks, and conflicts more effectively.
- Leaders are now expected to be more compassionate—and compartmentalization can help.
- There is a difference between prioritizing and ranking, and prioritizing is more important.
- Leaders need to have the discipline to keep their list of critical priorities to fewer than five.