One of the biggest challenges many managers face is delegation. All managers struggle with fighting the tendency to micromanage or take over a project and do it themselves. According to London Business School Professor John Hunt, only 30% of managers believe they can delegate well; and only a third of them are considered good delegators by their team. Delegation allows managers to achieve results and focus on other high-value aspects of a project if done correctly. Fortunately, delegation is a skill that can be learned and nurtured through an efficient framework.
In this guide, you will learn:
- The pertinent questions to ask yourself in order to break down the specific delegation needs of your team
- A step-by-step framework for effective delegation
- Common delegation fears and how to overcome them