When narcissist leaders silence organisations, the damage can be lethal by Karen Walker

A collective silence about leadership problems that are in plain sight arises when no-one dares to be the one who speaks the truth to the leader. Providing constructive feedback to a narcissistic leader is a courageous move. A common survival strategy for the group of people around such a leader is to stick together, and generally, say 'yes' or nothing at all.

The Art of Delegation: How to get it right by Roderic Yapp

The Delegation Model

Delegation is a core leadership skill.

If you can’t effectively delegate, you will hit a point where you become totally overloaded and you’ll become ineffective.

But few companies teach people how to effectively delegate. It’s one of those things that everyone assumes you pick up as you gather experience. The problem with this approach is that you’re basically using trial and error until you get it right – if you get it right.

There are two elements to effective delegation.