Establish Limits on Your "Energy Drainers"
Three effective ways to ensure you get the optimal mix of energy
One of my favorite things to talk about with my executive coaching clients is “What are your energy givers and your energy drainers?”
That’s almost always a useful conversation because when leaders are working through their agenda day after day it’s easy to lose sight of the kinds of work and people who either give them energy or drain their energy. Since just about everyone does their best work when they’re energized instead of deenergized, it’s an important dynamic to be aware of and act on.
Here are three simple but effective things you can do to ensure you get the optimal mix of energy in your work as a leader.
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