Good leaders know how to delegate all the parts of their work that they aren't passionate about, says evangelical pastor Rob Bell, founder of Michigan's Mars Hill Bible mega-church. Giving up that much control might seem scary, but it's better for the leader and the organization in the long run, Bell argues. "If the CEO is spending 25% of her time in the area where she's really wired to contribute, but 75% of her time, she's just grunting it out, she's going to burn out quite quickly," he warns.

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