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13. Do You Need a Consensus? - Pg. 28

151 Quick Ideas for Delegating and Decision Making Here's one way to do this: "Hi, Frank, I'm trying to decide whether to move our Task A from Office A to Office B. As I make my de- cision, I'm asking any key players, like you, what the affect might be from your perspective." A statement like this clearly asks for in- put, yet just as directly indicates you will be making the decision. Assignment Practice a few lines akin to this example. Write them down so you can re- trieve them as needed. Make certain they clearly indicate you will be making the decision, and you are asking only for input. Epilogue Consult anyone whose processes or outcomes will be