You can’t do it all yourself, and you will get more done if you trust your colleagues and direct reports to take on some of the work.
Inga Beale, chief executive at Lloyd’s of London, told the New York Times in 2017 that her secret to success is to “surround yourself with the best people you can find and empower them.”
You may feel that you can do everything better than anyone else, but let go of some of your perfectionism to allow someone else’s way to be good enough. And if they fail — that’s the best way to learn, right? Find a way to work with the people around you, rather than feeling threatened by them.
According to a study from Stanford University, just the feeling of working together with others can increase motivation when working alone and help turn “work into play.”
Working together not only increases the enjoyment of work, but it can also improve workplace relationships, which in turn can improve trust, foster greater creativity, and even improve your health.
Source: Business Insider
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