I’m the Only One Who Can Do It Right
ON the business planning and taking action to strategically improve it. Leaders need to step back from the tactical work and spend more time on strategic thinking, innovation, and coaching and developing others.
The most common reasons for not delegating are not trusting that the job will get done to our satisfaction, discomfort with assigning a boring task, or feeling guilty that the workload will be too great.
Many leaders believe the myth that no one else can do the job as well as they can. The result can be devastating. You end up overworked and frustrated. Projects are incomplete or sub-standard. Your people feel left out, or that they lack enough work.
Effective delegation increases morale, builds your talent pool, and strengthens trust within your organization, ultimately growing results and improving your bottom line!
Don’t be fooled. Leaders can get extraordinary things done within organizations, but it’s often a matter of being open to powerful knowledge and effective habits.
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