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The Delegation Check-Up

The Delegation Check-Up

What's Your Delegation Score? Do the Delegation Check-Up.

The Benefits of Delegation for Managers

The Benefits of Delegation for Managers

How to advance your career and improve your earnings by improving your manager delegation skills.

What Not to Delegate

What Not to Delegate

Effective delegation will improve your personal productivity. But there are some items you MUST NOT Delegate.

The Time a Weak Employee Excelled

The Time a Weak Employee Excelled

Some of the best work I’ve ever seen came from an under-performing employee. This is the motivational story about employee engagement and what I learnt from it. At the end I tie it back to actions that you the manager can do to reduce your workload and get better performance from your staff.

How to Identify What to Delegate

How to Identify What to Delegate

Delegation Worksheet: The first step to effective Delegation is to work out what are the right things to delegate. 

 

What are the 6 Things That You Should not be Doing as a Manager

What are the 6 Things That You Should not be Doing as a Manager

Managers have too many things on their to do list to finish in a day. The key is delegating the right things to your staff so you can focus on what is important. Includes a free Delegation Worksheet.

What is the Difference Between Good and Bad Staff?

What is the Difference Between Good and Bad Staff?

Which staff member would you choose? 

I want to tell you about a story about Nadia and Diana who both work at the front desk of a company just like yours. But his isn’t any story because there is a twist at the end and I will tell you how you can get good staff.

Untying the Gordian Knot, aka 8 Ways How to Do More With Less

Untying the Gordian Knot, aka 8 Ways How to Do More With Less

The Gordian Knot is a knot that cannot be untied and is used as a metaphor for a problem without a conventional solution. I was once in a situation that seemed like a Gordian Knot, but in the end I was able to accomplish a seemingly impossible task. Here’s how I did it.