We all have a tendency to judge a person's value and only interact with people who have an equal or greater "value" than us. And some actually demean people who are perceived as having less value. Who is the most important person in your organization? The answer may surprise you.
As the you finish the work week and enter the weekend, take some time to consider your to-do list. Are there items that could or should be delegated? As we continue last week's conversation about delegation, find some more helpful hints regarding making that list a bit shorter.
If you are not effective in delegating, you will fail as a leader. We will begin a discussion today that will help navigate this often challenging area. When done well, the payoff is personal success, high morale, and strong and capable successors.