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Delegating is essential for progress, but where do you start with successful delegation? 

You need to let go work, both for your business and your mental health. Learn how intelligent managers delegate their job effectively. As your business grows, learning to let things go is essential. It is, therefore, good to know when you can delegate work to the people below you so that you can grow upwards. You will rarely be disappointed when they understand that your fate is in their hands and vice versa. The inability to delegate well is one of the main reasons that makes managers fail. They often see delegating as handing over the work which is withheld. As a result, they waste their own time and that of the company.

If you really want to grow as an entrepreneur, you’ve got to learn to delegate. – Richard Branson

1. Thank those who have accepted responsibility

Delegation should contribute to the development of your employees, and that ensures a better working environment. Employees work on this together. Make sure these employees also know that their efforts are appreciated.

2.Stop believing that you are the only one who can do the job well

An employee does things differently doesn’t mean the job isn’t done correctly. If they follow your goals, standards, and expectations, then the implementation shouldn’t be a problem.

3. Don’t strive for perfection.

The goal is to get work done, not create a masterpiece. Set a quality standard and a reasonable time frame to achieve this. When you have expressed the expectations of the work, let the employees decide on the project’s further implementation.

4. Provide complete instructions

Ensure the employee has all the information to complete the assignment correctly. Have the employee confirm that they understand and accept the requirements.

5. Focus on your skills as a coach

Delegating does not mean relinquishing work you do not like but the further development of the skills of your employees. As you transfer greater responsibilities, it is essential to understand that learning new skills often involves making mistakes. That is why it is important not to punish employees who do their best to do things right.

6. Check the progress

Let the employee do the work, but periodically check progress. Don’t look over your shoulder or study every detail. If expectations were outlined in the beginning, make sure you can check them by checking pre-established points.