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To "Zack" - The ability to determine what is important

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A skill that is important to almost any job is determining what is important. I am not sure it can be taught. I am not sure it can be easily described. It can be learned; however, it can take a long time. A project can take much longer, and not be done as well, if it is delegated to someone who does not have the ability to determine what part of the project is important. We have many SCCE & HCCA Board members who can do this, and their value to the organization cannot be overstated. Some people have it in one area of expertise; leaders have it in many. More importantly, leaders know how to delegate to the right person, based on their ability to identify what is important for a particular project.

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