How To Help Your Employees Develop As Leaders

John Maxwell, a business and leadership guru, advises leaders in companies to come up with a delegation plan that works for them. He suggests the 10-80-10 rule.  Plenty of leaders wonder why is it so hard to delegate. Understanding where you should be "hands-on" and where you should back off is key to the success of your projects and your team, as well. Here are a few thoughts on how the 10-80-10 principle can help you delegate more effectively.

 

Understanding Delegation

According to John Maxwell, the 10-80-10 principle is the key to maximizing your time and effort as a leader, and it largely involves delegation. Delegating is notoriously difficult. Releasing control over the individual tasks and roles that you will inevitably be judged by can be nerve-wracking for many leaders. But the fact of the matter is that you simply cannot be everywhere at once, and doing everything at the same time.

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