The Delegation Dilemma: How Nonprofit Leaders Can Learn to Let Go

To understand why nonprofit leaders often have a hard time delegating, says Jerry Hauser, CEO of The Management Center, you need to understand the personality traits that got them where they are. Nonprofit leaders, he says, are often incredibly strong individual performers who rose to their positions by being highly talented, deeply committed to their work, and dedicated to very high standards. "They have a really high bar," he notes, "and that adds up to leaders who are often control freaks."

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Post date: November 21, 2013
Topics: Collaboration | Executive | Leadership

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