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12/22/2023 00:00:00 +0800


Want to know what your esteemed peers read this year?

As you read the key points raised in each article (each heading links to the full article), ask yourself the following questions:
■ how is this applicable to me as I guide my business to a successful 2024?
■ how might I provide access to this tip/idea/behaviour to the people I work with in a simple and meaningful way?
■ what can I take from this that will give me the capacity to accelerate our results?

1. The Power of Uncapped Productivity: Elevating CFO Contributions Through Discerning Decision-Making

Uncapped productivity is one of the 3 core outcomes of our programs developed exclusively for the Office of the CFO. This is because there has always been more to do than the time available, and resources have always been scarce. We saw this again in 2023 and so it's unsurprising to see that this article was the year's most read.

We know that unleashing productivity is more than just time management and working your team harder. The key attribute and skill that CFOs need to lean into is their ability to be discerning when making decisions.

In this article I share the following 4 tips to answer the question 'what is the outcome or contribution that I'm trying to deliver and in order to achieve that, how can I get that done in a better way?'

1. Focus on the bigger picture
2. Stick to world class habits
3. Get outside perspectives
4. Use your team better


Author: Alena Bennett

Alena works with leaders and their teams to connect technical and leadership skills so they can deliver to deadline without killing their people.
She is a mentor, trainer, facilitator and coach. Contact her today on [email protected].
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 ⓒ 2023




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