Effective delegation brings short- and long-term benefits to managers, employees, and organizations. For one thing, research by Gallup found that when leaders are good delegators, their companies grow faster and make more money than others.
Depending on your personality type, you may be prone to these missteps:
You delegate the same way to each employee.
You don’t provide enough structure or clarity.
You have trouble giving up control.
You give up too much control.
You don’t follow up.
Read about these common delegation mistakes and how you can learn to get the right jobs to the right people in the right way, empowering them to succeed.
The difference between what employees want vs. what employers think they want is a problem. Managers must adapt their approach to keep their people during The Great Resignation by focusing on the human aspects of work. Read more »
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Before ending your training, ask learners to name their goals for the days or weeks ahead. Have learners vote on their top three group goals and provide those to the group’s leader. Suggest additional training you could provide or resources for the leader.