Leadership skills - task delegation
As a leader of a green NGO, it can be tempting to try and do everything yourself. You're passionate about the cause and want to ensure everything is done right. But guess what? You can only do some of it! No one can. That's why delegation is essential for effective leadership.
First, delegation lets you focus on what you do best. You were chosen to lead your NGO because of your skills and expertise. You're not using your talents if you spend all your time doing administrative tasks or micromanaging your team. Delegating these tasks allows you to focus on what you're best at.
Another crucial benefit of delegation is allowing team members to grow and develop their skills. By assigning tasks to your staff and volunteers, you give them opportunities to learn and take on more responsibility. This benefits your organization and helps your team members feel more engaged and invested in the cause.