Leaders who try to take on too many tasks by themselves will struggle to get anything done. These leaders often fear that delegating tasks is a sign of weakness, when in fact it is a sign of a strong leader.

Therefore, you need to identify the skills of each of your employees, and assign duties to each employee based on his or her skill set. By delegating tasks to staff members, you can focus on other important tasks. Some skills that make a good delegator include:

  • Accepting feedback from employees

  • Allotting resources for employees

  • Assessing employee strengths and weaknesses

  • Defining expectations

  • Evaluating employee performance

  • Identifying measurable outcomes

  • Matching the task to the right employee

  • Prioritizing tasks

  • Setting expectations

  • Teamwork

  • Time management

  • Training

  • Trust in employees

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