Delegating projects or tasks during a pandemic means doing so virtually, which creates obstacles that would not be there if it were in person. In this episode of Quick-Takes for Medicaid Leaders Amid COVID-19Ed O’Neil, PhD, MPA, a leadership development expert, speaks with Hilary Kennedy, program director for Medicaid leadership at the National Association of Medicaid Directors, about ways state leaders can improve their delegating skills to better serve their staff and provide opportunities for personal development while working remotely.

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Quick-Takes for Medicaid Leaders Amid COVID-19, part of the Medicaid Leadership Exchange podcast, is a miniseries providing guidance to help Medicaid leaders during the COVID-19 crisis.

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