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A recent article, How Leaders Can Enjoy TRUE Relaxation on Their Vacation by Dr. Rick Goodman says that most leaders assume that they have to be hands on in their business all the time, otherwise it will collapse.  Nevertheless, taking a vacation is something that is highly recommended for leaders for mental restoration and refocus.

Here are some pro tips to plan your vacation and truly enjoy it.

Meet with key team members.

Schedule a meeting with your key personnel, perhaps in meeting space Lake Mary and discuss with them your upcoming vacation. Ensure all your daily functions are clearly assigned to your team members—that everyone knows what to do and has ample time to ask you about any concerns they might have before you go.

Assign executive tasks to key personnel. 

Clearly assign to key staff (those with decision making abilities) powers to decide on crucial matters while you’re gone, and don’t entrust such powers to more than a small handful of people.

Inform your important clients. 

Inform your important clients that you’re taking a vacation, and ask what you can do to help them before you go.

Assure your vacation is truly a relaxing one.

Tell your family that you’re going to spend and enjoy your vacation with them, leaving and delegating your responsibilities with your most trusted employees in Lake Mary Agile Office Space for a while.

Conclusion

Taking a vacation is one of the best rewards you can give to yourself and your business.  It makes you feel rejuvenated, ready to face business challenges once again.  Having an office with good ambiance and functionality is also one of the best ways to feel motivated during hectic days. YourOffice has come alongside hundreds of businesses looking for everything from plug and play offices to full service virtual offices. We know your business is unique, and your office space shouldn’t be any different. Let us match the perfect space or service to fit your business needs.

When was the last time you took a vacation?  We’d be glad to hear your stories.  You can also visit us on Twitter and Google Plus.

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