Delegation is more than just assigning a task to someone. It involves designating responsibility and indicating the level of authority in which they can act. Your role is to follow up to ensure progress while honoring the employee’s autonomy.
In today’s campus climate, managers and supervisors are expected to achieve business objectives with less resources. Given your current workload you may be asking yourself, how on earth can this be accomplished?
Have you ever noticed, when facing adversity, some folks naturally seem to be more hardy, nimble, and responsive, while others get knocked off their feet? Anyone can enhance his or her resilience through commitment, practice, and effort.
Kathy Mendonca is an Instructional Design and Training Specialist for Talent and Organizational Performance (TOP). Her passion is empowering others to create the greatest impact in their area of expertise. Her interests include time and priority management, strengths based research, and building teams.
In order to achieve high performance it is important that we are able to work with focus. In one moment, the point of interruption, we lose our focus and our progress stops. No matter how brief the interruption, no matter how quick the “Hello, how’s it going?” the damage is done.
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