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The Value of Delegating Work to Your Employees

If you’re like most small-business owners, it’s very likely that work is your life. In this current economic climate, it almost has to be; business leaders simply can’t afford to slow down, or they may end up falling behind. Still, there are times when as the boss, you can take on too much work.

And when that happens, the reality is that you’re actually hurting your organization more than helping it. Here are three reasons why delegating some of your work can actually be beneficial to your business.

It Will Invigorate Your Employees

Simply put, your employees are there for a reason. You hired them because of a certain skill they possess, or to perform a very specific task, yet by taking on too much of the workload, you’re actually minimizing not only their efficiency, but yours too. Instead, delegate some of the work to them. Having more responsibility will only invigorate your workforce, and it will also make them feel like more valued members of your team.

Put simply, a group of motivated employees will make for a better overall product that your company is putting out. Furthermore, by putting more responsibility in your employees’ hands, it lets you know who can be trusted, and who is truly capable of handling the requirements of the job.

It Will Allow You to Focus on the Most Important Tasks

While all good small-business owners make each client feel equally valued, the truth is that each has to be handled differently. And by delegating your work to others, it allows you to identify and focus on the most important clients and their personal needs. Focusing on your biggest clients will likely have a trickle-down effect. Not only will they be satisfied with the one-on-one attention that you’re giving them, but it also means your employees can give personalized attention to your smaller clients as well. In the end, if clients big and small are satisfied, it can only bring more business to you in the future.

It Will Help the Overall Growth of Your Company

Finally, delegating more work means more growth for your company overall. More employees handling more responsibilities means a greater depth in everyone’s overall skill-set, and a better understanding across the organization of the intended goals of the company. It also means that if you’re forced to let an employee go, or if one leaves the company unexpectedly, then a highly-trained replacement is likely already in place.

Dave Donovan


Dave Donovan has written extensively for the web with a primary focus on articles targeting finance and business.