New leaders are often reluctant to relinquish certain tasks, but they should realize how the power of a team can accomplish so much more, writes Allen Pike. "When your team smashes a problem into bits, it's not literally you that did it, but you can get the deep satisfaction of smashing problems that are bigger and scarier than you could ever smash yourself," he writes.
A manager's secret power? Multiplying the work of many
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