Let Them Do It

As managers, we often want to do things for our team, especially if we know we can do it faster or more in line with what we want.  However, this doesn’t give our team the chance to grow.  It might take twice as long to finish the project, but it’ll get done faster next time and now you’ve got someone who you know you can give similar projects to in the future.

Check in, support where needed, and have the patience to let your team learn for themselves.  They’re worth it.

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