Mistake #1: Bottlenecks
What’s the difference between an ineffective manager and an effective one?
An ineffective manager delegates in the trenches, while an effective one scales the mountain to get a strategic perspective.
An ineffective manager needs control over every inch of their team’s work product, while an effective one trusts that their team has it all under control.
An ineffective manager stymies the individual growth of her team members with helicopter meddling, while an effective one coaches her team so she can delegate more and more responsibilities.
That’s the difference.
And the easiest way to spot it?
Look for the bottlenecks.
The hard part is that you may not spot them right away. Let’s pull you out of the weeds and streamline efficiency. Send me a message. I’ll get you where you need to be to become an effective leader.