The Hand Off
A recent article from USA Today states, “it's vital to continuity and productivity that there's a plan in place for handing off work-related responsibilities to someone else. The smoother the transition, the less potential downtime, lost revenue or confusion over responsibility.”
The person stepping into the new role may have big shoes to fill and may be overwhelmed by the level or quality of work from the incumbent.
1 Kings 3:7 says, “Now O Lord, My God, you have made your servant king in place of my father David, and I am still a little child and do not know how to go out or come in.”
Consider the importance of planning job hand-offs so they can be as successful as possible and allow for everyone to win.
Today’s Integrity Moment was adapted with permission by Author, Speaker and Business Coach Stephanie Winslow.
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