Managers frequently complain that they have too much to do and too little time in which to do it. Unchecked, this feeling leads to stress and managerial ineffectiveness. In many cases, managers could greatly reduce their stress by practicing a critical management skill – delegation. Delegation is one of the most important management skills. Good delegation saves the time, develops the subordinates, fosters a successor and motivates. Poor delegation will cause frustration, de-motivation and failures to achieve the task or purpose. Although it is easy to recognize the benefits that accrue from delegation, many managers still resist actually doing it – why? This article will identify what delegation is, the common barriers to …show more content…
2.2 Not Enough Experience
Some people, especially freshmen or young students, may recognize that they do not have enough experience for the tasks that need to be completed. Supervisors should be impatient with them and create the opportunity for them to growth. Begin by delegating simple tasks so that they will gain confidence with their success. As their skill level increases, supervisors will be able to confidently delegate more difficult tasks to them.
2.3 Lack of Confidence
Some of the team members may be afraid that they will make mistakes or fail to accomplish the tasks. In this case, the supervisor has to show confidence in each individual, offer regular encouragement, and make them to understand that the mistakes are opportunities for learning rather than occasions for criticism. Furthermore, explain to them that their progress will be monitored and received feedback in order to correct any mistakes to avoid any serious problems. In this way, the subordinate will confidently carry out his task.
2.4 Reluctance to Accept Higher Responsibility
In order to have a successful team, everyone must be flexible and open to delegation. In order to make every team member realize it, supervisors should emphasize the importance of the task and the benefits it will produce. Let