Delegating Results

Zalack, Richard G.
June 2002
Advisor Today;Jun2002, Vol. 97 Issue 6, p90
Trade Publication
Discusses the importance of successful delegation in recruiting employees. Factors to be considered in assigning tasks to employees; Definition of expected results to delegate successfully; Steps in achieving successful delegation.


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