Still, others are about even more specific tips and tools.
Let the person have strong input as to the completion date of the project.
Note that you may not even know how to complete the task yourself – this is often the case with higher levels of management.
Similarly, large nonprofits are a lot more like large for-profits, than small nonprofits. A section, later on below, provides more books about leading specifically in nonprofits. Many of the Library's materials about business, leadership and management are adapted from this book.
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Reports should describe what he/she did last week, plans to do next week, and any potential issues that might arise.
Regular meetings with the person provide feedback, as well.
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Make sure that others in the organization understand that this person has both the responsibility and the authority to complete the task.
Explain that you are requesting the summary to be sure you effectively described the results to the person, not necessarily to be sure that the person heard you.
That explanation helps the person to not feel as if he/she is somehow being treated as if he/she is untrustworthy.