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Delegation is an essential part of managing and developing your team—many of the skills they need to learn cannot be acquired solely by theoretical learning, they need to be able to adapt and apply that knowledge in the 'real world' with your expert guidance, and that is where delegation comes in.
This practice note will cover:
considering the task and the person
using a skills matrix
the stages of delegation
building skills by gradual delegation
troubleshooting common delegation scenarios
tracking delegated tasks
For smaller, day-to-day, delegated tasks you probably will not need to go through all of the stages covered in this practice note but, when you are delegating to develop teams, or struggling with a particular issue, it is reassuring to check you have covered all the bases.
The first thing to consider when delegating is the complexity of the task and the capabilities of the individual—are the two well matched?
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