Owner and Principal | Cairn Consulting Solutions

Amy Lafko, MSPT, MPA, founded Cairn Consulting Solutions with the knowledge that you need to grow your people to grow your business. Today, Amy focuses her work on the employee experience that results from skilled leaders and aligned teams. Through team dynamics sessions, development workshops, and consulting—on everything from hiring to engagement—Amy provides her clients with the expertise necessary to improve the entire lifecycle of their teams. As a result, clients experience decreased turnover, increased productivity, and enhanced customer satisfaction.

As a national speaker, consultant, and facilitator, Amy leverages more than 20 years of professional leadership experience in several sectors of health care. She earned her MSPT from Ithaca College and her MBA from Loyola University of MD.


Saturday, September 21, 2019

Why Doers Must Delegate: The Key to Next-Level Success in Practice

8:50–9:50 AM

Instruction level: Intermediate

It’s safe to say that most—if not all—of you attending this conference are “doers.” That is, you’re the type of person who takes charge to ensure your practice—your business—is the best it can be. And while that has undoubtedly helped you achieve success thus far, it can lead to burnout. After all, the doer personality type often believes that he or she has to do it all—for it to be done right, at least.
That’s exactly why doers must delegate in order to reach the next level of success. Consider for a moment how much time you would have available for more strategic, big-picture initiatives if you were able to delegate some of the more repetitive, time-consuming operational tasks that keep your practice humming. While that can certainly trigger fears—like, “Will I still be needed?”—these are nothing more than myths. Strategically delegating will enable you to grow as a leader—while growing your team and your business.
  1. Identify the tasks and to-dos that are most suitable for delegation.
  2. Analyze your team’s readiness and motivation to expand their roles and take on additional responsibilities.
  3. Design a successful delegation process.

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