Are You Wasting Your Talents?

Are you wasting your talents and walking away from income?

Over the years I have seen managers and entrepreneurs take on work that not only could be done more effectively by someone else but takes away from what they do best.

Organizational efficiency is utilizing the talents of your employees so that everyone is supporting your goals. This includes you as well!

Learning to delegate is perhaps one of the most difficult lessons for most managers. If your strength and business is marketing, that is where you need to focus your attention.  If your earning capability is $80 and hour you should not be doing $20 an hour work.  Hire or delegate someone to answer the phone, type the reports, or manage the social media.

Many businesses are started at home and, yes, at that point you perhaps need to do it all. Once underway you need to let go and hire for the strengths you need in order to be successful and grow.

Don’t leave money on the table;

  • Know your goals
  • Know who/what generates the income
  • Know your strengths and weaknesses
  • Delegate or hire for the gaps

About laurencerumming

Background in business management, in particular human resources. Business Management Certificate, Certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, and Strong Interest Inventory®. "Our passion is to raise the potential of organizations and individuals through the understanding of human interaction in the workplace and in life."
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