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Fierce Resources: When to Delegate? Try the 70 Percent Rule

Fierce Resources: When to Delegate? Try the 70 Percent Rule

February 27th, 2015 by in Delegation Training

This week’s Fierce resource was originally published on Inc.com and was written by Jim Schleckser. Do you find yourself wishing someone would take work off your plate? When to Delegate? Try the 70 Percent Rule identifies a constant challenge in every single organization that exists. Picture this: a bag of 100 rocks in a backpack, each […]


Fierce Tip of the Week: Delegate, Don’t Dele-Dump

Fierce Tip of the Week: Delegate, Don’t Dele-Dump

February 23rd, 2015 by in Delegation Training

What does “delegate that” mean in your organization? For most organizations, that statement means get rid of a task you currently own as fast as possible. Often times, this is more of what one of our clients fondly calls “dele-dumping”. This is when you say, “Let me take all of these tasks that waste my […]


3 Delegation Best Practices for First Time Managers

3 Delegation Best Practices for First Time Managers

March 19th, 2014 by in Delegation Training, Fierce Conversations

Often times we avoid certain conversations not because we don’t want to, but rather, because we don’t know how to. As a new manager, a conversation that you need to have with your direct reports is the development conversation. Those you lead are now looking to you to help get them to their next step. […]

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Fierce Tip of the Week: Develop Your Future Leaders

Fierce Tip of the Week: Develop Your Future Leaders

March 17th, 2014 by in Delegation Training, Fierce Conversations

Ask yourself: Why do I hold on to certain responsibilities that are no longer the best use of my time? Common answers include: “There’s no one that can do it but me”, “I’m afraid it will be done incorrectly”, “I don’t have the time to train”, “I don’t want to ‘dump’ my job on someone […]

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Accountability, Listening, Culture: A Trainer’s Work is Never Done

Accountability, Listening, Culture: A Trainer’s Work is Never Done

January 15th, 2014 by in Accountability Training, Delegation Training, Fierce Conversations

“Sometimes it seems like the different groups all speak their own language. Finance speaks Accounting. IT speaks Tech, and the Consultant speaks Consultantese. We need to understand each other’s perspectives. And in order to do that, we need  a shared language.” – KELLY PAINE, Accounting Manager & Change Management Lead for Cosmos, Costco Wholesale Words like […]

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