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Delegation and Empowerment: Giving people the chance to excel

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Delegation and Empowerment: Giving people the chance to excel
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776819873
Number of pages: 49

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In this book, we'll show you why the old industrial ways of managing no longer work. We'll explain the different ways you can delegate duties and responsibilities to others and why, when done effectively, delegation can be the best thing you ever do for your staff. We'll show you the nature of power in the modern organization and why your people have more power than ever before.

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