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Having a team to support you is an incredible opportunity, and you need to take advantage of the talents of your direct reports. Delegating—taking things off your plate and handing them off to others—is key to team, company, and individual success.
You get that. You know that part of your job is to hand tasks off to our team. So, it should be smooth sailing for us for the rest of your career. Just take those boring tasks that no one wants to do and hand them off to someone else.
Ahh, if only it were that easy. What no one tells you when you get promoted is that delegation is much harder than you think it’s going to be.
Why is it so hard to delegate appropriately? Here is my short answer: you head and heart make it hard to delegate. You think too much about what others will think when you delegate.
Stop worrying about delegation and just do it. Keep reading for some tips on how to choose what to delegate and how to do it effectively.
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