The Follow-Up Factor | 3 Steps For Delegating Effectively – 3. The Why And How Tasks Are To Be Completed – Part 1
Have you ever asked an employee to do something for your business, but the employee accidentally did the wrong thing? Without effective communication, problems will begin to arise in your business. Despite someone having the best intentions, your employees may do the wrong thing because of failed communication. It is your job as a manager or business owner to effectively communicate specifically and clearly to your team members in order to get more stuff done. By taking the extra time to give details about your request and verify that the person you are communicating with understands, you will end up saving tremendous more time down the road. In this episode, business coach Clay Clark and Thrive15 business coach Marshall Morris discuss the second step for effective delegation. In the last episode, we learned that the first step to effective delegation is making sure effective communication has occurred. Clay Clark gives the example of asking an employee to buy coffee cups. The employee returned with coffee cups that were very small, but much cheaper than the other coffee cups. Clay reminds us that we must take the extra little time to be specific and detailed in our communication to avoid having bigger problems down the road.
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