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With all of the media going crazy with emerging stories about misconduct continuing to come forward we have clearly entered the era of "glass houses" being shattered.  What has been underground is coming to light and what has been tolerated is now being shown as unacceptable...

HighValue A study published in Harvard Business Review showed that a good percentage of leaders spend time on paperwork and meetings in fact up to two thirds of their time. The workplace imperative today includes the need for  higher productivity and a mandate for leaders to focus on high value work such as coaching team members, improving team performance and building team skills development. So why are leaders spending a third of their time on low value work? The study identified that although there may be knowledge that a leader  is not being highly productive but it is difficult to diagnose the root cause. The study interviewed 45 knowledge workers/leaders in 39 companies across 8 industries in Europe and the US and found that even the most dedicated spent large amounts of time on tedious low value tasks. Why?