In past posts (like this one), we've discussed how saying no is healthy for you and your business. It frees up bandwidth and helps to lessen the problems that come with over-committing. But saying no isn't always the easiest thing to do. Sometimes we don't know how to say no constructively -- that's when fear paralysis can kick in, and you can accidentally ghost someone.
I've talked to many of my clients about how ghosting impacts their company culture and performance, which brings me to a recent article I read from Harvard Business Review. This article provides some great suggestions for better managing your time and commitments so that you can avoid ghosting, and I highly suggest checking it out. Click here to read.
How are you dealing with ghosting in your company's culture? How has it affected you?