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About this time of year, leaders and managers begin the ritual, asking themselves, “Have I met my goals for the year? Have I spent my 2014 budget? Am I prepared to declare my needs and wants for the coming year?” The end-of-year flurry of activity is not necessarily something we do to ourselves; it is historically how business is done each year.
The practices and processes we go through are just part of the annual cycle, causing added stress and unnecessary distractions. The following four end-of-year mistakes can be turned around, with a little help from the science of behavior. Learn what is wrong with these four practices and what you should do instead to maximize your opportunity for success.
Yes, the end-of-year is coming, but it doesn't deserve the hectic attention it gets. Manage differently; and start by turning these four mistakes around.
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