Learn to delegate


Letting go might be one of the toughest elements of a manager’s job. If you’re used to taking responsibility you might find it hard delegating any tasks, not to mention a whole important project. However, having trouble granting rights and sharing responsibility will impede growth in your team. The only way to support development is to encourage independent thinking and stimulate people’s impact on the organisation. Keeping all tasks for yourself also prevents you from learning and expanding since there’s never time to take on new opportunities. In order to remain sane and ensure projects are handled successfully, you need a simple solution: measurement and KPIs that will prove the delegation process works. Are you familiar with the five rules that will help you learn to delegate?

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