Entrepreneurs know that, when growing their own business, there comes a point where future growth can only be achieved by a change in the way they run the company. This is the point where the entrepreneur moves from the phase of doing into a long-term phase of leading. Scenario is not without its complications. What it means is that entrepreneurs need to start becoming more of a manager than the person that does certain things on a daily basis. Many individuals, personally invested in their business, struggle with this transition.
- A business owner needs transition from performing the day-to-day operations to delegating those tasks to employees.
- It is hard to transition to delegating because you view your business as “your baby” but it is essential to build that trust with an employee.
- The main thing is to build great communication with your team, so they know what you need from them, and what your top priorities are.
“Learning to delegate is an ongoing journey. Half the battle is hiring people who you feel comfortable delegating to.”
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