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Problems masquerading as time management issues

January 26, 2023 Jocelyne Morin-Nurse Episode 13
The Loxentus Show
Problems masquerading as time management issues
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As a leader, if you find yourself or your team frequently remarking that there's not enough time, start digging into why that might be and make sure that you’re not in fact setting yourself or your team up for burnout by automatically treating it as a time management problem.


In this episode, CEO Jocelyne Morin-Nurse shares tips on what process leaders could follow to identify whether what they are facing is truly a time management or motivation issue or if it’s something else entirely.



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About Jocelyne



Jocelyne has been called an “architect of success” possessing an “impressive understanding of business.”


In a career that took her from public service to entrepreneur to CEO of a software company while growing her own leadership training company, she found a passion for impactful leadership, employee empowerment, sustainable growth, and business agility.


She has led teams of 40+ members, managed operations through crises and transformation, redesigned recruiting processes, and overhauled business financials leading to profitability and measured growth.


Through her company, Loxentus Inc., she teaches leaders how to attract and retain top talent – leading to sustainable growth – through impactful leadership, targeted recruiting, and employee empowerment.


She is also the Chair of the Forbes Business Council's Employee Empowerment group and a member of the Women Executives and Public Speaking groups. 

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Review your setup
• Clear strategic goals
• Clear success metrics
• Task or project management app
• Accountability group
Dig for the underlying issue
• The schedule might be too aggressive
• Resources might be an issue
• Scope can creep
• Work may be duplicated or training lacking
Setting realistic goals is hard