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one who stands for another

Synonyms for delegate

a person appointed or elected to represent others

transfer power to someone

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In How to Become an Expert Delegator & Communicator as a Chief Marketing Officer, the analyst examines specific, easy-to-implement ways for CMOs to get more done in less time and manage a marketing team more effectively.
In How to Become an Expert Delegator & Communicator as an Executive, ExecSense examines specific, easy-to-implement ways for an executive to get more done in less time and manage a team more effectively.
In How to Become an Expert Delegator & Communicator as a CEO, ExecSense examines specific, easy-to-implement ways for a CEO to get more done in less time and manage their company more effectively.
MBA schools spend a great deal of time teaching the art of delegation, so it's the Delegators we think of as the winners in business.
Think of IMA as a stairway where we can start as a Doer and climb to the Delegator level.
If you are a Doer, invite a Delegator to your next meeting.
The new report, conducted by leading child psychologist Dr Pat Spungin on behalf of Kellogg's, divides mums into three groups based on how they deal with their children when it comes to sharing - The Enforcer, The Equaliser and The Delegator.
The Enforcer is the mum who lays down the law about who gets what, The Equaliser makes sure they all get exactly the same whereas The Delegator insists that the kids decide how to share between themselves.
Founders with less Delegator talent can flourish by being self-aware and by surrounding themselves with partners who have talents they lack.
in 2014, 33% of those with high Delegator talent said they planned to significantly grow their business, compared with 21% of entrepreneurs with lower or limited Delegator talent who said the same.
500 CEOs with high Delegator talent versus those with less of this talent.
CEOs with high Delegator talent also generated 33% greater revenue in 2013 than those with low or limited levels of the talent: $8 million versus $6 million, respectively.
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