Occasionally, it is quite simple to join a new office team when you get a new career, but frequently there is a bit of resistance. Occasionally, there is downright resentment, particularly if you are replacing a popular colleague who was sacked. This is not your fault naturally, but the onus will be mostly yours to restore the team spirit.
To effectively delegate, you have to allow your employee some freedom in how a task is completed. Not everyone has the same skills or works the same way. To get the best outcome it helps to let your employee know they can adapt their unique skills to the task in a way that they are comfortable with.
We all tend to have stage fright and have experienced stage fright at one point of our lives. It is that feeling that reaches deep within our stomach making us sick when we are at the stage and people are watching us waiting for you to make a joke out of your own self. But, there are things you can do to hide the fear and make you look even more professional.
Have you experienced waking up in the morning still feeling as if you have not rested for the night and the moment you are done with your coffee you feel energized? Then, when afternoon comes you resume your sluggish ways? That same feeling goes around for days and days and you can just feel your energy level slowly drop as days pass.
Imagine you can increase your productivity by 20% without working more hours. What difference would that 20% make toward the success you achieve?