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Show me a manager who’s stressed, pulled in too many directions and cranky and I’ll tell you they are most likely not delegating tasks effectively – or even at all. Admittedly, many Managers are often not effective delegators.  They need to learn how to put aside their pride (or urge to control everything!) and show read more »

Perfectionistic, compliant and structured managers are typically wary of effective delegation; their mantra: “To get something done right, I do it myself.” Why this philosophy? Fear of failure and criticism… and the most logical way to avoid both is to do the work yourself, thereby removing risk and controlling the outcome. However, delegation is one read more »