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Scaling Up: Attention Management For Teams

  • Each team member must have a shared understanding of the ‘why’ of the big task and have a sense of commitment and purpose.
  • The main objectives should be prioritized, and with each objective, a couple of measurable results should be defined. These actionable items related to the main objective help the team move forward. The Eisenhower Matrix can be used to diagrammatically list the urgency and importance of all the work on the plate.
  • Let the team have time and space to complete the actionable tasks, being free to be in the no-disturbance flow mode for several hours a day.
  • Chat and email notifications can be checked in separate blocks of time and a phone call can be only for emergencies.

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