The DOs and DON'Ts of Delegating from a Distance

delegating distinction leadership Nov 28, 2020

I am sure you agree with me that the pandemic has in many ways added extra pressure on leaders. Put in another way: Leaders have the opportunity to enhance and leverage specific skills more intensively now, simply because we have to. One of these skills is the art of delegation.

I used to stand in my own way from expanding my business...

Now, when we need to manage from a distance to a larger extent than previously, this skill might be one of the single most important ones to pay attention to not only survive in business but even to be able to scale business up.

This month I celebrated the fact that it has been 10 years since my dedicated Virtual Assistant (VA), Aimee Sadler, started working with me. Back in 2010, I hardly knew what a VA was, and I certainly didn’t believe that I needed one. My mentor added 30 hours of VA services to my contract, and I had nothing to lose by testing it out. Since then, I never looked back and with a few exceptions, Aimee and I have worked together on a weekly basis ever since.

Aimee has helped me with technical set-ups of numerous digital services and events, taken care of my VIP clients and customer inquiries, and been instrumental in doing research and drafting content for my seminars, webinars, workshops, and social media presence.

If you would like to learn more about how to improve your delegating skills and what Aimee has helped me do in my business from across the ocean, I strongly recommend you watch the recorded interview. We are diving into the DOs and DON’Ts of delegation, our lessons learned over the last 10 years, and some of the great resources available for becoming better at delegating.

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