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Why Employers Value Delegation Skills

Top Delegation Skills

  • Communication: explain what the task is, what the expectations are, and listen to any questions and concerns.
  • Giving Feedback: provide clear feedback on what they did well, what they struggled with, and why.
  • Training and Assessment of Tasks:  make sure your staff has the skills and abilities necessary to perform the task. This might require some training.
  • Trust: Lay out clear expectations, and provide feedback, but do not micromanage while the employee works on the task.

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Why Employers Value Delegation Skills

Why Employers Value Delegation Skills

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Delegation

In a work setting, it means the transfer of responsibility for a task from a manager to a subordinate. 

The decision to delegate is usually made by the manager. However, sometimes an employee will volunteer to take on an expanded role.

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For an effective delegation...
  1. Match the Person to the Job: never delegate an important task to a person who has not performed that task satisfactorily in the past.
  2. Agree on what is to be Done.
  3. Explain How the Job Should Be Done: Explain your preferred approach or method of working.
  4. Have Him Feed It Back: the only way that you can be sure that the other person actually understands the job or assignment
  5. Set a Deadline.
  6. Manage By Exception.

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If you work on your own, there's only a limited amount that you can do, however hard you work.

One of the most common ways of overcoming this limitation is to learn how to delegate your work to other people. If you do this well, you can quickly build a strong and successful team of people, well able to meet the demands that others place. 

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...to determine when delegation is appropriate:

  • Is there someone else who has (or can be given) the necessary information/ expertise to complete the task? 
  • Does the task provide an opportunity to grow and develop another person's skills?
  • Is this a task that will recur, in a similar form, in the future?
  • Do you have enough time to delegate the job effectively? 
  • Is this a task that I should delegate? 

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Keep it short and simple—just focus on what gets you out the door every day. 

Your mantra should encompass who you are, where you want to go, and the impact you want to make during your 9-to-5. 

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