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Delegate to Accelerate Success
  By: Ed Sykes
Learn how to delegate to accelerate success both for you, your organization, and your team.

Delegation with Confidence: Five Essential Steps
  By: Melissa Vokoun

The old maxims "if you want something done right, do it yourself," don't address the busy manager with assignments and deadlines facing them everyday. Many managers find themselves limited simply by the hours in a day to meet the many demands confronting them. Giving up control and authority is a challenge that many managers fear more than working twelve hours a day six days a week.


Don't Take it Back
  By: Gary Lockwood
Delegate important work when taking a long vacation. When you return, don't take it back! Instead of returning to your routine tasks, figure out which tasks you perform that REALLY make a difference.

How do I delegate better?
  By: Wally Bock
Lots of bosses are good at dumping, but not at delegating. They're great at off-loading the things they don't like to do and dropping assignments on their subordinates with little or no guidance.


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