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If as a business owner, you are forever sweating the small stuff, you are never going to free yourself both physically and emotionally to tackle the big issues.
Resistence to delegating, is in itself, one of the biggest hurdles for a business owner to overcome on the path to developing a bigger business.
This excellent article, suggests business owners develop an addiction to delegating everything possible to delegate, and it provides seven tips to keep in mind when delegating tasks or projects.
Via Daniel Watson
Business owners who micro manage their employees, or who insist on doing everything of importance themselves, are a huge impediment to the future success of their enterprise.
As a business grows, the range and volume of task requiring completion escalates, making micro-management a back breaking task and raising the need for effective delegation of responsibilities.
This excellent article, suggests leaders who micro manage and are ineffective delegators should either fix or fire themselves, and it lists five benefits of effective delegation and 10 delegation principles that you can adopt to improve the situation if you are such a leader.
Via Daniel Watson, Jose Luis Anzizar
Most business owners and managers are poor delegators, and the lack of either the willingness or ability to effectively delegate tasks to subordinates, is actually holding their businesses back and delaying the development of a broader base of skills within the business.
Delegating effectively, requires both the willingness to let go and the knowledge of how to manage the delegation process, so that the required outcomes are achieved and the business owner or manager can reduce their daily workload and be more strategic with the use of their time.
This excellent article, suggests that it is time leaders dropped their excuses for failing to delegate to their subordinates, and it explains how to stop making excuses and get on with delegating as a means of workload reduction and a key component in employee development.
Via Daniel Watson
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