464 | Three Rules For Successful Delegation

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464 | Three Rules For Successful Delegation

Can Joel and I agree on Brian’s Three Rules for successful delegation? You’ll find out today!

We’re kicking off a fun, new mini-series with one goal in mind: you. We think you’ll enjoy the new format and interaction, but more importantly you’ll get to listen in on the reasoning (and debate) that goes into some of the core principles that we hold to in our businesses.

This time around, delegation. Delegating tasks to others is not easy. Many leaders struggle to delegate, or to delegate well, usually citing a few specific reasons:

  • I find it hard to trust others
  • I want the job done “right”
  • I have other priorities

Have you ever felt that way? You’re certainly not alone.

Follow these three rules for successful delegation and enjoy today’s episode,
Chris

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