#Leadership #Tip of the Day – #Delegation

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Learn how to delegate effectively with today’s leadership development tip!

The key to delegation is communication and setting proper expectations and goals. If you micromanage and hold the reigns too tight, they’ll feel like failures before they even start. Give people discretion to find their way and time to finish what they started. Try not to reject their methods when you don’t agree with them. Instead, give positive, genuine feedback to nurture learning and development.

Leadership quote of the day

“Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority, and don’t interfere” – Ronald Reagan

Leadership Article of the day

The Secret to Effective Delegation – Forbes

Leadership book of the day

delegationIf You Want It Done Right, You Don’t Have to Do It Yourself!: The Power of Effective Delegation – Donna M. Genett PhD

From the Book: In this delightful, quick-to-read, business-management allegory, Donna M. Genett, Ph.D., uses an entertaining narrative about identical cousins, James and Jones, to introduce her successful six-step program for effective delegation. Whether you are the one delegating or you wish to help your boss become a better delegator, these six simple steps are guaranteed to lighten your workload and give you more time to focus on what’s really important—on and off the job.

leadership video of the day

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