Communication, Leadership Development

Delegating Work By Harvard Business Review: 20 Minute Manager series: Animated Summary

Some of the best leaders I have worked with are the ones who understood that Delegating well is managing well, not relinquishing authority, but leading.

The ones who didn’t micromanage or hover over me as I completed my assignments but instead trusted me to come to them for guidance and advise as needed.

The ones who relied on me and acknowledged that my way of solving a task was as good as their way – or at least gave me the chance to give it my best shoot and then work together on a common solution.

This week I created a video on the Fundamentals of Delegating work.

It takes its inspiration from Harvard Business Review and their 20-Minute Manager series and will walk you through 5 steps of Delegating Work. They are as follows:

#1 Why delegate.

#2 Preparation. 

#3 Picking the right person.

#4 Handing over.

#5 Monitoring the task.

In the video we explore each fundamental in greater detail. We hope you will enjoy it, that it will inspire you, help you Grow your Mind, and Motivate You to be The Best You!

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