Are You a “Bottleneck Boss”?

More often than not, a firm that’s losing great employees year after year is being negatively affected by a leader’s bottleneck-style behaviors. These leaders don’t think they’re bottlenecks, but they’re often standing in the way of high-potential employees’ progress. To remove these bottlenecks in businesses, the author outlines the signs of a bottleneck leader and three strategies to delegate responsibilities and allow high-potential employees to take on more ownership: 1) Figure out who your rock-solid, high-potential employees are, 2) start delegating responsibilities for permanent ownership transfer, and 3) support your efforts with measurable results.

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