So much for your past bosses. What about yourself as boss? One of the basic rules of good management is this: to organise and manage others, you have to be able to organise and manage yourself.
If you are constantly harassed, constantly running from one place to another, never finishing tasks, never quite clear about what you are trying to achieve, you are not managing yourself well. And that sets the example for your subordinates.
So when you give them instructions or suggestions, or try to motivate and lead them, your own state of fluster and muddle contradicts what you say.
When assessing how well you organise yourself, consider two key question:
Do you have clear objectives?
Do you manage your time as well as you should?
I will post the objectives and managing your time in my next post. Stay tuned for my next post and thanks for reading.