It seems inevitable that when you want to be at the helm on a company or lead the charge, that you must be the rock solid leader with answers to everything. Truth is, you know deep down you have the same fears and uncertainty as everyone, yet you still put up a brave front, but you are afraid, very very afraid on the question if everything is worth it at the end of the day.
Such a no brainer question right? Who wouldn’t want to achieve the same revenue with only 1 sale? But then we see this happening everyday with salespeople.
Pursue your passion and the rest will follow naturally? That’s not true. Truth is, it may actually be detrimental advice which will wreak havoc in your career and life.
Love them or hate them, we all had bosses at one time or another in our life. As much as we hate to admit it, we always learn something from them.
Since my previous post on what I thought was the worst management strategy on ineffective delegation of responsibility, I have been receiving a lot of private emails asking on what can be done if you do not have the authority on your job, so I decided to just list some of my recommendations, in the hope that it will help all the frustrated souls out there.
In order to be more successful, instead of protecting today’s business, leaders should think of methods to destroy their own business or risk becoming irrelevant in the new age of hyper competition.
Perhaps the most unrecognized factor which leads to failed projects, initiatives, low employee morale and dissent among employees, this form of utterly ineffective delegation is often overlooked. Find out what I personally discovered, how and why not to make this mistake.