Category Archive: Delegation

A To-Don’t NOT a To-Do

Even four year olds know that being helped isn’t always helpful. Over eager parents, who step in to “help,” often hear frustrated children say, “I’ll do it myself!” Never help those who can help themselves.… Continue reading

When Stepping Up Blows Up

Accepting challenges lifts careers. But, holding on to them destroys. Learn to challenge others as well as challenging yourself. Raise your hand and say, “I’ll take that on.” New challenges are opportunities. Challenges… Continue reading

How Leaders Frustrate Others

Last week, I frustrated someone, again. I thought I learned my lesson but old habits die hard. There’s always room for improvement, from my point of view. Nothing’s ever done. I’m tempted to… Continue reading

The Real Reason Teams Don’t Work

Overwork prevents teamwork. Imagine the feeling of being close to missing a deadline. At 3:00 p.m. a team mate needs your expertise on their marketing project. Are you eager to serve? Or, are… Continue reading

How to Create High Impact Leadership

Who gets further, those who delegate or those who don’t? Delegate or die. Delegate or stagnate. If your plate is full and you can’t delegate, look around, you’ve reached your highest potential. Delegating is… Continue reading

Stretched not Crushed

Every time things start going wrong we look to the leader for solutions. Beware! The pressure to provide solutions crushes leaders. When solutions come from the top, organizations crumble from the bottom. A… Continue reading