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Home Building Leaders Strategic Vacation Initiative

Strategic Vacation Initiative

Consider using your vacation for strategic purposes in your organization. Carefully think about who will do which pieces of your job while you are away. Use this time to delegate the duties that you want to flush from your orbit forever. Give away the full responsibility to make the decisions inside the responsibilities given.

Pause and Reflect:

  • What specific things will you delegate when you leave for vacation that you have no intention of taking back?
  • How will you communicate upon your return, that you have increased faith in your coworker’s ability to perform at this higher level?

– Corey Olynik

Corey Olynik
Corey Olynikhttp://coreyolynik.com/
A sought-after professional facilitator and mentor since the 90’s, Corey works with difference-makers* in a number of different fields: entrepreneurs, political figures, not-for-profit leaders. “Most find themselves trapped ‘in their organization’ and unable to work ‘on their organization.’ Helping people make that transition (that leap!) is my passion.” Corey is a former broadcast executive, political strategist, pastor and corporate ladder-climber. He is an author, speaker and mentor/coach for business, non-profit and faith community leaders. Author of The Mentor’s Mentor, he also co-founded (with Wayne Stewart) Executive Directions, an innovative capacity-building program for high potential leaders in the non-profit sector. His next big project – The Tomorrow Institute – is being designed to encourage leaders to become thought leaders in their industry and their community. He has been publishing a weekly leadership question for over ten years that appears in in-boxes worldwide every Monday morning prompting difference-makers to look at life and leadership with fresh eyes. And his column “Time Out with the Coach” appeared monthly in Calgary Inc. magazine. Raised in Moose Jaw and educated in Saskatchewan and Kentucky, (plus some Executive Education at the Harvard Kennedy School), Corey is President of the Board of Directors at the ALEX Community Health Centre, an active Rotarian, a member of First Alliance Church, CAPS (Canadian Association of Professional Speakers) and Mensa. Corey uncovers excuses and demands progress. As he says: “I love being in the room when someone’s lights go on.”

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