4 ways for leaders to selectively lose control

05/28/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Trying to keep control of everything that goes on in your organization is a pretty suspect leadership strategy, writes Kevan Hall. It's better to focus on key areas and allow your workers the leeway to move quickly in most other aspects of their jobs. "Instead of having the solution to everything, leaders need to become effective coaches who focus on building the capability in their people to solve problems for themselves," Hall writes.

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