The leader must imbibe the secret of working with others in their team by trusting them enough to delegate them some responsibilities. The leader must realize that he is not a superman that does all kinds of jobs.
The habit of delegation must be strongly used by the leader irrespective of the skill level of team members. Leaders must resist the temptation of trying to get everything perfectly done by themselves.
The quest to achieve perfection has been a single reason why many leaders have become frustrated and many suffered attacks, including heart failure.
In delegation, the leader must realize that perfection is a process and not a destination to be achieved overnight. Leaders should therefore be patient, communicate more and more and be willing to share experience, so that their teams do not develop inferiority complex and become aversive.