DELEGATION & 8 Habits Of Leaders Who Know How To Delegate #FastCompanyMagazine

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel; “Most organizations, including churches, stay small because the leader only delegates to a handful of workers who she/he then closely monitors. Because research shows that a leader can only delegate effectively to about 8-10 people this results in 8 to 10 people who run a church and only about 80% more attending (the 20% worker to attendee ratio). This choke-law, whereby a small group controls a church, may be confirmed in that 75 attendees is the average size of a church in America. To break this constraint, the pastor has to move away from being the sole-proprietor of the organization and delegate to 7-8 mid-level manager/delegators. Read this Fast Company article for insight into becoming better delegator.”

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