We've all been there. Trying to make our work-lives more efficient, transfer knowledge to newer team members and leverage our practice. Sometimes it works, and, well, sometimes the result is embarrassing at best. If you’ve ever wondered if you’re a delegation master, or one who could use a few tweaks to make the most of your efforts, you are in the right place. Below are a few ways to recognize when you might not have done the very best job ever in delegating your work.
Getting buy-in, the kind you have to “get” because someone is not just giving it to you, is all about persuasion. And you’re not going to persuade anyone to change a culture overnight or in a single meeting that involves listing out the 18 reasons your way is the best way of doing things. Here’s how to take some steps in the right direction