I suppose a dad can never be too proud of his kids. Travis is my oldest and his passion is racing cars. One of our local news affiliates put this interview together to go along with the national coverage of the Daytona 500. It aired on Sunday night, February 20.
“The opposite of effective delegation is micromanagement.” – Wikipedia entry on delegation
The word, “delegation” is derived from Latin and means “to send from.” Think about it, you are taking the time to send the work “from” you “to” someone else. Effective delegation will not only give you more time to work on your important opportunities, but it also provides a variety of benefits to both delegator and delegatee.
One of the best ways to get others involved in your organization is through the process of delegation. But delegation can be a tricky issue for any leader.
Did you know there is a right and a wrong way to use social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin?
The reason I know this is because the internet is bombarded on a daily basis by posts, articles, and ebooks on the best uses of these tools. Shoot, I’ve even written a few “best practices” posts. Seems everyone has an opinion or touts some type of social media maven badge to show expert status.