A recent article, 4 Keys to Mastering the Art of Delegation by Michael Mamas says that too often many business owners feel they need to be actively engaged in their business 24/7 otherwise the company will fail. Yet, this is disastrous.

Here are three ways to free yourself from too much workload while running your business successfully in a commercial office space.

1. Delegate other tasks.

Delegating tasks gives you more time to pursue wider horizons. It enables you to raise your activities to a higher level and discover new possibilities for the business. You can spend more time to discuss in a meeting space with your key employees new ways to improve efficiency and productivity or to discover new marketing strategies or you might even find new products or services to offer your customers or clients. In other words, you can focus on the core of your business.

2. Delegate appropriately.

Ensure to delegate the tasks to the right individuals in order to get more things done and get  better results. However, always be prepared to step in when needed to keep your business running efficiently.

3. Create a backup staff.

There should be a backup group for the tasks you delegate so the entire business can run smoothly and continuously even if the person assigned to that certain tasks gets sick or suddenly leaves the company. Ensure that no task becomes dependent to one person alone.


These simple tips will help you enjoy your personal life while running your business smoothly and successfully.  Looking for workspace solutions to help your team work conveniently and productively?  YourOffice has come alongside hundreds of business looking for everything from staffed flexible offices to agile office space. We know your business is unique, and your office space shouldn’t be any different. Let us match the perfect space or service to fit your business needs.

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