In today’s organizations, leaders are neither able nor expected to do everything themselves. The consequences of attempting to do this are dreadful.One of the five practices of exemplary leadership from the book, The Leadership Challenge, is: Enable Others to Act. In simple language, this means that you are effective at delegation.
As you know, leadership is a set of repeatable behaviors that you consistently execute. Here are some of the leadership behaviors that are involved with enabling others to act/delegate:
When put together, these are simple behaviors that will help you to not only enable your people to act, but also empower you to master delegation. Effective delegation is the mark of a good leader and is essential to work efficiency and effectiveness. Good luck!
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