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S5. Ep. 5 - What to do as a leader when you perceive that you're the bottleneck

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In this episode, Chris and Josh explore the common problem leaders experience when they wonder “Hmm, maybe I’m the problem.” They unpack a few indicators that can confirm your role in holding things up, and offer helpful suggestions on determining what’s most important for the business, for the team, and when it might be time for you to just get a hobby. Remember, you’re not alone. This is a common challenge. When you’re ready for some self-exploration, listen in here.

TAKEAWAYS!

  • A few things to look for: If work is piling up around you, big hint. If you aren’t available and things are happening faster than usual or people hold back when you ask for their perspective, this can be another indicator that you may be a bottleneck.

  • When a leader perceives this problem to be true, it may be time to explore how you’re feeling valued in your organization.

  • To open up the bottleneck, you can start thinking with end in mind. Start with questions like, What would I do if I have to punch out for awhile? Who is the understudy - either person or process - that can cover the gap?

  • It might be time to do an “ego-ectimy.” The longer you hold onto things you may need to let go of, the longer you’re impacting the team. What’s your responsibility to create stewards beyond you?

Email the team to get your free resource.

BOOK!

Buy Chris Hutchinson’s book, “Ripple: A Field Manual for Leadership that Works”: https://www.rippleleader.com/order

Buy his book from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00THKBPRG/

CONNECT!

Chris Hutchinson on LinkedIn

Chris Hutchinson on Twitter

Read Chris Hutchinson’s articles on Medium

To get in touch with Chris and his team, visit http://www.Trebuchetgroup.com

Learn more about being a Ripple leader: https://www.rippleleader.com

SUBSCRIBE!

Here are links to “The Ripple Leader Podcast with Chris Hutchinson & The Trebuchet Group” on various platforms.

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Manage episode 373064501 series 1116286
Indhold leveret af Chris Hutchinson. Alt podcastindhold inklusive episoder, grafik og podcastbeskrivelser uploades og leveres direkte af Chris Hutchinson eller deres podcastplatformspartner. Hvis du mener, at nogen bruger dit ophavsretligt beskyttede værk uden din tilladelse, kan du følge processen beskrevet her https://da.player.fm/legal.

In this episode, Chris and Josh explore the common problem leaders experience when they wonder “Hmm, maybe I’m the problem.” They unpack a few indicators that can confirm your role in holding things up, and offer helpful suggestions on determining what’s most important for the business, for the team, and when it might be time for you to just get a hobby. Remember, you’re not alone. This is a common challenge. When you’re ready for some self-exploration, listen in here.

TAKEAWAYS!

  • A few things to look for: If work is piling up around you, big hint. If you aren’t available and things are happening faster than usual or people hold back when you ask for their perspective, this can be another indicator that you may be a bottleneck.

  • When a leader perceives this problem to be true, it may be time to explore how you’re feeling valued in your organization.

  • To open up the bottleneck, you can start thinking with end in mind. Start with questions like, What would I do if I have to punch out for awhile? Who is the understudy - either person or process - that can cover the gap?

  • It might be time to do an “ego-ectimy.” The longer you hold onto things you may need to let go of, the longer you’re impacting the team. What’s your responsibility to create stewards beyond you?

Email the team to get your free resource.

BOOK!

Buy Chris Hutchinson’s book, “Ripple: A Field Manual for Leadership that Works”: https://www.rippleleader.com/order

Buy his book from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00THKBPRG/

CONNECT!

Chris Hutchinson on LinkedIn

Chris Hutchinson on Twitter

Read Chris Hutchinson’s articles on Medium

To get in touch with Chris and his team, visit http://www.Trebuchetgroup.com

Learn more about being a Ripple leader: https://www.rippleleader.com

SUBSCRIBE!

Here are links to “The Ripple Leader Podcast with Chris Hutchinson & The Trebuchet Group” on various platforms.

⁠Spotify⁠

⁠Apple Podcasts⁠

⁠Google Podcasts⁠

  continue reading

74 episoder

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