Effective Delegation: One Size Does Not Fit All
Effective Delegation: June 14 2012, By Scott Eblin, The Next Level
Last week I had the opportunity to spend a day helping new executives in a Fortune 50 company improve their delegation skills. As I’ve written here before, effective delegation is a critical skill for leaders who need to make the shift from being the go-to person to someone who creates teams of go-to people.
The goal of our day together was for everyone to walk out with a clear take on their delegation plan for the next 90 days on what they’re going to delegate, who they’re delegating to and how they’re going to delegate.
To flesh out the What part of the plan, we used the TRACK™ approach and some frameworks to tie their business goals directly to what they need to delegate. When we got to the Who and the How part, we worked through some distinctions that prove that, when it comes to delegation, one size does not fit all.
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