Benefits of delegation

Lawyers are often reluctant to delegate, concluding that are the only ones who will do things properly. This is a simple enough trap to fall into, however can lead to disastrous results such as fatigue, burnout, missed deadlines, mistakes, and poor-quality documents.

Good lawyers learn to properly delegate tasks so that they can focus on essential leadership aspects of their practice, increasing productivity and successfulness.

Although a sense of control or perfection may tempt you otherwise, below are several persuasive arguments for delegation:

  1. Eased work pressures & shifts focus away from minor details
  2. Presents new and creative approaches
  3. Frees up time for planning & organizing
  4. Increased time for self-development
  5. Enhance work product productivity
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