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You’ve heard the phrase, “Get it off your plate—delegate!” It’s a nice phrase for those of us to justify passing off work, isn’t it? However, in an organization, delegation is a much more serious challenge. Market demand dictates that no deadlines can be missed; you miss a deadline, and it may affect the bottom line. In the case of quality management systems (QMS) and environment, health, and safety (EHS) management systems, missed activities can have an adverse effect on quality and safety, something that cannot be tolerated in organizations today.

Eliminate. Simplify. Automate. Delegate. The Four Steps to Freedom!

A coomon failure in project or task success is the gap when an employee is away, on holiday and out of office,but his or her tasks are on hold until they return. Automate / Delegate. The reasoning below describes why not, our tools prove why YES!

“Never automate something that can be eliminated, and never delegate something that can be automated or streamlined. Otherwise, you waste someone else’s time instead of your own, which now wastes your hard-earned cash. How’s that for incentive to be effective and efficient?”
Timothy Ferris

This is the productivity idea we at V6 Talents have used longer than any other. It’s a quick process to help your thinking. It makes things simple and easy, making you and your business far more effective and efficient! This is just the reasoning behind the tools that we deploy for our clientele at V6 Talent.

We have always had an economical approach to performing tasks. Whenever we were asked to do something, we would always ask two questions:

1. Why do this task?
2. How do I prevent myself from having to do it again?

Eliminate. Simplify. Automate. Delegate.”

The first step is to get rid of anything unnecessary. How many of your tasks really NEED to be done? And if they really need to be done – do they all  have to be done by you? Or done in the same way that you’ve always done them?

Many tasks you currently undertake could probably be done by someone else. But first of all, make sure that they need to be done at all. How much time could you free up by eliminating, simplifying, automating or delegating them, and only doing what you really have to do?

It’s a common misconception that working more gets you more results. Don’t be fooled! Focus on “effectiveness over efficiency.” It’s no good being efficient in tasks that are not effective in the results you desire.

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