One thing about job hopping is that you get to experience new perspectives on how people work. It forces you to reconsider what’s obvious. Take delegation for example. I used to think anyone with a bit of experience can do it effectively. It’s just about decomposing a system and assigning components to different people, right? It turns out effective delegation is much more nuanced.
Situational Leadership Situation Leadership is a model that ascribes different delegation styles based on the competency (skill) and commitment (motivation) of each team member.