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1. Horton's Achilles heel was that he could not delegate.
2. He plans to delegate more authority to his deputies.
3. The people delegate their power to the Congress.
4. The delegate moved for a reconsideration of the suggestion.
5. They decided not to send a delegate to the conference.
6. Many employers find it hard to delegate.
7. Some managers find it difficult to delegate.
8. They drafted her to serve as their delegate.
9. A boss must know how to delegate .
10. A good leader is one who can delegate.
11. They drafted him to serve as their delegate.
12. It is good discipline to learn to delegate.
13. As a boss you have to delegate .
14. A good manager knows when to delegate.
15. A delegate from Siberia proposed a resolution that he stand down as party chairman.
16. She was appointed a US delegate to the United Nations.
17. Where appropriate , I delegate as much work as possible.
18. Learn to delegate tasks and responsibility. 3.
19. I sat next to the Canadian delegate.
20. Schweiker changed not a single convention delegate vote.
21. Robert A.. Underwood[sentencedict.com], the nonvoting delegate from Guam.
22. But Schweiker did not add a single delegate.
23. Are you able to delegate work?
24. New managers often find it difficult to delegate.
25. They had two primary questions: what to delegate to whom and when to follow up or intervene.
26. Like all successful businessmen,[sentencedict.com] John was willing to delegate responsibility to a trusted circle of people while he developed new contacts.
27. They were eventually replaced by a single elected delegate for each village.
28. The same is true with arrangements made to delegate authority which can be retrieved at the will of the sovereign government.
29. His main weakness as a manager is his inability to delegate.
30. In any industrial plant, there is a local union headed by a general delegate.
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