Style Icon: Brandy Norwood

Hey fashion lovers! I hope you are all well and staying safe wherever you are. Today’s style is going to take us down a memory lane of some sort. I have been a huge fan of Brandy Norwood for decades now. Her voice is simply amazing and many of her tracks are some of my favourites. I can sing along to most of them, that’s how much I love her songs, and I am sure it is the same for many. Her duo with Monica on The Boy is Mine will always be a hit.

When it comes to Brandy Norwood’s personal style, I have been a fan of her fashion sense since her early days. Norwood’s personal style is effortlessly chic and feminine. I love how she looks good in almost everything and how she goes for pieces and accessories that make her shine brighter.

Brandy Norwood’s Instagram page is filled with her styling amazing pieces. It is so amazing to see she has not changed much over the years. She still looks like “Moesha” without the braids. I miss the braids on her. They were like her signature look. As a young teenage girl, I always wanted my braids to look as good as Brandy’s.

Style Icon: Brandy Norwood

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I am loving the outfit Norwood has on here. The colour works great for her skin tone and the dress shows off her stunning legs. She accessorised it beautifully with stylish sandals. I think she looks amazing in this dress and I can see myself styling this look easily.

What do you think of Brand Norwood as a style icon? Are you a fan of her fashion, music, or both? Please sound off in the comments section below. Thanks for reading, commenting, and sharing. Have a good day wherever you are.

 

 

Perfecting The Art Of Delegation

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If there is one thing that a lot of project managers are yet to master it is the art of delegation. If we are honest with ourselves, most of us will admit that we are guilty of spreading ourselves too thin because we attempt to take on tasks ourselves when we could – and should – be delegating them to our team members. With that in mind, read on to discover some top tips on how to delegate more effectively as a project manager. 

Be specific – One of the worst things you can do when giving out tasks is to be vague. You need to be specific with what is required. You should also explain why the task needs to be done, what results are expected, and the deadline. 

Pick the right person for the task – When delegating, do not dish tasks out on a first come first serve basis. Rather than simply assigning tasks to the first person available, you need to ensure tasks are matched to the right person for the job. Do not give someone a task if they are not qualified to do it. You wouldn’t give someone with an HGV licence accounting tasks, would you? You need to play to the strengths and skills of your team. 

Don’t over-delegate – While a lot of us are guilty of not delegating enough, you also need to make sure you do not over-delegate. You should not simply start delegating projects because you have fallen behind or you want to shift something off your desk that you should be doing. Delegating is about dishing out those tasks that you should not be doing yourself. It is vital to recognise the difference. 
Give apprentices some responsibility – If you have any apprentices on your team, make the most of them. A lot of businesses make the mistake of having their interns and apprentices merely staying in the background. There are bound to be plenty of tasks that your apprentice could be working on, so make sure you give them something worthwhile to do, i.e. something that actually contributes to the project. 
Don’t micromanage – There is no point in delegating a task if you are only going to micromanage it afterwards. Once you have handed out a task and provided training if necessary, you should set up a schedule for touching base, and then once you have done this you should step away from the project. You have assigned the task based on skillset, so you should trust the person in question to get the done job properly. 

If you follow the advice that has been provided above, you should be able to delegate tasks more effectively and efficiently so that your project team can achieve more and you focus on the tasks that really matter rather than spreading yourself too thin.

 

 

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