Mastering The Art Of Delegation

There’s no I in management, but there is a ‘team’ – and it’s your job to find it.

The Harvard Business Review found that as much as 41 per cent of a worker’s time was spent doing activities that they didn’t find rewarding and could be passed on to others. In a normal work week, that would mean you are spending Monday, Tuesday, and a little bit of Wednesday doing work others could do just as competently before you actually start doing the most important jobs for your role.

Any great delegator knows there’s more to the job than just handing out tasks. You need to understand why it’s important, you will test your own faith in your team and you will have to learn to let go. You’ll need to decide how to choose the jobs for certain people, and why it’s not always the most competent person who will be the best fit for the task.

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