Your spare time will most certainly decrease as your business expands. You may know that you can’t handle everything on your own, but relinquishing control is difficult. However, you won’t be able to perform the big-picture thinking and planning that will help your company expand to the next level if you’re focused on the daily minutiae. Below are some tips that will help you get better at delegating.
Importance of Matching Tasks.
As a leader, you’ll have to get to know your teammates’ better. You should be aware of each person’s strengths and limitations, as well as his or her present and projected skill set.
Talk to your staff about the processes. Some managers are bad delegators because they simply pass off responsibilities and expect them to be completed. Selecting and briefing people to whom you delegate properly may seem time-consuming, but it’s an investment that will pay off well. Agree on how the work will be completed, a timeline, and how progress will be monitored.
Feedback and Following Up.
The most crucial component of the delegating process is feedback, which works both ways. If your employees have done a good job on a task you’ve given them, publicly applaud them and give them sincere appreciation. If they’ve gone short, don’t be hesitant to point out where they went wrong.
Delegating takes time, especially when you’re starting off. However, doing so will relieve you of a duty in the long term, and you’ll have a better-qualified employee who may be able to take on extra responsibilities.
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