Thursday, December 14

The Importance of Delegating Duties

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In an ideal workplace, manager’s job is so demanding that virtually all the work cannot be carried through by one person.  This calls for some of the work to be relegated to other workers in an organization. It’s important to note that delegation should be systematic and coordinated so that the right employees are allocated the appropriate tasks.  The manager has to identify which employees can handle certain tasks and allocate the work.  This requires that the manager be conversant and acquainted with the down-line employees’ ability to perform particular assignments.  Reliability, dependability and competency are highly emphasized so that the process of delegation does not flop. 

Delegating is a positive strategy for managers to undertake since it enables tasks to be completed in time.  This is essential so as to meet customer expectations.  Delegating reduces backloads arising from unaccomplished assignments.  It also enhances problem solving skills within the other employees in the sense that when allocated tasks; they have to apply their skills and knowledge to give the desired results.  Other workers get an opportunity to show their ability to attend to tasks.

Moreover, delegating empowers the employees by according them confidence and trust to perform certain tasks.  Workers are happy and contended when they realize that their manager has an assurance and trust on them in matters of duty performance.  This motivates them to improve their performance. 

Of more importance is that, when workers are assigned duties and they attend to them satisfactorily, they are happy of the outcomes and this makes them gain more confidence and develop responsibility in duty performance. Delegation is a way of testing the workers ability to attend to challenging tasks and duties. It’s also used to prepare employees to senior positions.

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