History[ edit ] The organizing of information could be seen since humans began to write. Prior to that, history was passed down only through song and word. Recording ideas in a written text, as opposed to verbally communicating with someone, and more specifically cataloging ideas and thoughts, is also an attempt to organize information. Science books are notable by their organization of a specific subject.
By Michelle Randall 4 minute Read Delegating is a great way to ensure that more tasks get done in less time, and it also builds team capacity. Are you a successful delegator? Getting outstanding results from delegating demands following a formula.
Only once this formula is mastered is it fair to evaluate whether you really have the right people for the job.
The good news is that employees are rarely the problem. Here are the six steps you should work through when delegating: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Be sure to include clear information on timing, budget, and context, and set expectations for communication and updates, including frequency, content, and format.
Confirm understanding One of the most common mistakes made in delegating is assuming that employees understand what you want, rather than making sure that they do. Confirming understanding only takes about 60 seconds, but is the most important determinant of success or failure.
The best way to confirm understanding is to ask your employees to paraphrase the request or assignment in their own words.
Confirm commitment This is another part of the delegation process that most managers skip. The most important part of a relay race is the handing of the baton to the next runner. Runners spend a huge amount of time learning this skill. It should be no different in the workplace.
Sometimes, this is because their employees are better at delegating than they are: Managers often end up completing tasks they had delegated to others, because those tasks somehow end up back on their plate.
If this is necessary, it likely means that not enough time was spent on the preparation stage, and that time, resource, or other constraints have led to problems that you did not foresee. If an employee reaches an impasse, treat it as a learning opportunity.
Coach the employee through it, making sure he or she has the resources and knowledge needed to complete the task. Ensure Accountability advertisement Two-way communication is a key part of delegating. Accountability is key to the process of delegation: It means employees are regularly communicating with you about the status of the deliverable and the timing of delivery so that there are no surprises at the eleventh hour.
The delegation process becomes faster and more fluid the more you do it. Throughout the past decade, her clients have included Fortune executives and breakout entrepreneurs along with their teams.
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