Delegate Tasks Like A Boss
Updated: Aug 12, 2019
For many attorneys it’s difficult to delegate responsibility to others, especially if you’re accustomed to working alone. However, it’s even more difficult to delegate power because doing so means that you will need to give up control to some extent. But delegating responsibility and power is important if you want to get the most out of the person to whom you’re delegating a task. Since no two people are alike and each person brings their own unique set of skills and experiences to the table, you must be prepared to hand over ownership of a task to the person you’re delegating to so that they can fully commit to putting the best of what they have into the task at hand. Click right for a few tips on how to delegate both responsibility and power without suffering a loss of quality.