10 Reasons We Avoid Delegating (and How to Start Doing it)

10 Reasons We Avoid Delegating (and How to Start Doing it) Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Human Resources
From http://www.bizepic.com 293 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on July 4, 2014 5:49 am
Chalene Johnson, the fitness authority and entrepreneur, shares her tips on why she let others to do the work for her, and why you should do it, too.

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Written by tiroberts
287 days ago

Great article. I agree that delegating is needed but as most people it's difficult for me to do because I always feel like "I can do it better". However, I'm going to really start doing that and looking into becoming a better delegater to take some of the workload off of me.

What would you say is the number one thing that those who are looking to start delegating do?



Written by ivanpw
285 days ago

Ti,

Yes - that's also my problem :)

With that being said, I think that in order to start delegating, you need to have the right mindset, first and for all. Then you need to prepare detailed guidelines to follow - to avoid going back and forth with clarifications and other things.



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