Welcome to the first episode of the Mosaic Minute. I am so excited to be sharing this video with you weekly to help you to continue to develop as a leader.
In each short video, I will solve one specific leadership issue or problem.
What’s going on for you?
What is causing you stress as a leader?
Email me your leadership questions at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will confidentially address them in a future Mosaic Minute episode.
Today I’d like to tell you about my frustrated client who asked me:
“Why do I always end up doing the same tasks on my team? Why can’t my colleagues (peers) pick up the slack for once?”
This individual feels resentful because he is always the one booking team meetings. He feels frustrated being the one who always has to manage their team’s progress reports. He also feels trapped because he knows that if he does not do these tasks, the department’s deliverables will not be met.
Do you ever feel that way?
Do you ever feel frustrated doing tasks that other people on your team do not do?
Do you sometimes feel that some of your peers are not as committed as you are?
If so, watch today’s video. I’m going to share a perspective on this issue that you might not expect. I’ll share with you exactly what I told my client in response to his question…