The fewer the pages, the better. This forces you to simplify complex processes — to make them more concise. If you have a 30-page procedure, try breaking it into three 10-page procedures. See if you can simplify each ten-page procedure — maybe eliminate or repurpose the information into work instructions, training material, or pictures.
Ask politely rather than barking orders: Tone of voice can change everything, especially when telling someone what to do. Speak at a reasonable volume and use kind, respectful words. Try to avoid negative language and don’t forget to say “please.” Offer the other person the opportunity to ask questions: Whenever the one receiving the task.