As a manager, you have likely experienced fatigue, stress and depression because you're overwhelmed at work. If that sounds like you, it’s time to add a new technique to your arsenal of leadership tools: delegation.
Delegating is one of the most important things a good manager does. The practice not only helps reduce stress, but it encourages employees, making them more likely to provide constructive feedback.
Think of a time when you delegated an assignment that worked. What in the delegation process influenced that outcome? Next, think of a time when you delegated an assignment that did not work. What in the delegation process influenced that outcome? Be unstoppable in the workplace with the fundamentals of delegative leadership.
The director style approach ensures the results you desire by guiding the delegate every step of the way. Use these five tips to accomplish your strategic goals faster with delegation.
Learn how a regular practice of self-reflection leads to a world of self-discovery, personal growth, and leadership development with USC's Sol Price School of Public Policy's Executive Master of Leadership team and master's student, David Gevorkyan.