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I would add in the Do # 2, ask the employee to paraphrase what you're requesting. It's a common problem that people say that they understand what you say, and when the deadline comes, the result is not the expected. I call this practice "duplicate".

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Try designing an activity where the leader has to describe to his team members how to build something or complete a certain task, with his back facing the team so he can't see what they're doing. Succeeding in this type of activity will require that the leader is able to use clear communication w...

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Without understanding the exact situation (for instance whether you are referring to your manager or simply other people in your team) - some tips: 1) Reposition the proposition from "delegating" to "collaboration". You want to foster the attitude of co-creation, collaboration and team work. Th...

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Congratulations on delegating so effectively! That is most likely one of the KEY factors in your growth. Too many of us fall into thinking "how can I do that" when we come up with new ideas. A billionaire mentor told me that the better question (and how she grew her businesses to well over a bill...

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There are many strategies that work for new sales people using LinkedIn, one of my favorite is active lead gen. For high ticket sales, new hires do well to talk to the sales manager about who the company's best clients are. Armed with this knowledge, the sales person can profile the common trai...

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Don't delete them: segment them. Move them to another list for their own retention campaign. Send them a series of 3 messages saying that you've noticed that they haven't read anything from you lately, and you want to make sure that they're still interested in receiving information from you. If a...

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It depends on what your contract says and what you want to do. Ultimately you need to decide what you want and then we can work backwards from that. But no just having the conversation does not automatically oust you.

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