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Have you ever given a project to a trusted employee, only to find that the result was not what you expected? Have you put off starting important assignments because of the work piled up on your desk? Perhaps you have been criticized for micromanaging simply because you want things done properly — or you've been shocked when you learned too late that an important project was seriously behind schedule. The good news is that each of these problems can be prevented through effective delegation. But the bad news is that most managers simply don't know how to delegate, despite the fact that assigning work to others is a critical component of every manager's job. If you want to shine in a management role, delegation is a skill that you must master. Read More

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The gift of gab: Get better at small talk
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How to separate vital info in email chatter
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