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Delegating Well Gives You a Competitive Advantage

Delegating Well Gives You a Competitive Advantage | Micro Economics | Scoop.it

Not only is there an art to delegating with intelligence and authority but you'll find you have more time, more engaged and productiveemployees, and more peace with your job. 

 

It's a key measure of a leader’s effectiveness whether he or she has the chops to enable other people to get things done. A recent study found that 53 percent of business owners believe that they can grow their business by more than 20 percent if they delegate 10 percent of their workload to someone else.

 

So do it. Here's how....


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, November 4, 2013 5:17 PM

Better management of your time and your employees' time leads to a more engaged work culture, which is key to making sure your business thrives.

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The disinflation phenomenon

The disinflation phenomenon | Micro Economics | Scoop.it
THERE was striking news from the euro zone yesterday, the inflation rate fell to 0.7% in October, the lowest for almost four years. There is much speculation now...
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Good for consumers for once

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Africa's Next Boom

The past decade has seen slow and steady economic growth across the continent of Africa. But economist Charles Robertson has a bold thesis: Africa's about to boom.


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i think this shows chinas power is waning and africas power is waxing

 

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Chip Souza's curator insight, November 5, 2013 1:29 AM

It's a big continent!

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Royal Mail workers' strike cancelled

Royal Mail workers' strike cancelled | Micro Economics | Scoop.it
A Royal Mail workers' strike planned for Monday is called off after progress is made in talks over pay and pensions.
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Interesting that the share price of Royal mail was much higher than previously and that it still worked

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