When you assign work to a staff member, you probably know that it’s important to be clear about what the desired outcome of the work is. But there are other details that are important to convey as well, in order to ensure that you’re fully communicating your expectations, such as any constraints on the project, helpful resources, and how high of a priority the work is.
You can use these 6 W’s of Delegation, to keep track of the elements to cover when assigning a project to a staff member.
These questions can help set up the context of work in a way that will help ensure it gets done right.
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