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SHARE RESPONSIBILITY

SHARE RESPONSIBILITY

Be clear about what needs to be accomplished the leave the actual how of the process to the person to figure out. Invite them early in into the process so that they have a say and feel involved in whatever decisions they need to take to complete the "what" required

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While not delegating is a pain, so is delegating everything all at once.

The goal is to focus on upskilling and transitioning tasks in parts.

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By not delegating, you could be trying to do a lot of things by yourself, which indirectly could be having an impact on your health and efficiency.

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  • For new and inexperienced in the job staff -  use a directive delegation style (Tell exactly what you want them to do).
  • For staff that has experience in the job (they know what they are doing) - use the effective, management by objectives delegation method (Tell people the end result that you want and then get out of their way).
  • When the staff person is completely experienced and competent, your method of delegation in this case is simply, easy interaction.

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3 types of perfectionism
  • Self-oriented: the irrational desire to be perfect.
  • Socially prescribed: perceiving excessive expectations from others.
  • Other-oriented: placing unrealistic standards on others.

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Do a weekly review to reflect on your progress

Try to identify things you avoided due to fear of failure and situations where your perfectionism wasn’t worth it or moments where you did well despite being uncertain.

Your objective here is to learn where perfectionism has a positive impact and where it does not.

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