Delegating Effectively

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Delegating Effectively

Delegating effectively is a key differentiator for management success. Too many managers do not delegate because they micro-manage and do not want to give up control. Many others just have not taken the time to learn how to do it.

This Real Time Learning Module will give you the tools to accomplish the two major goals of delegating tasks, projects, or goals.  First, you delegate to coach, train, and empower your team. You want them to learn how to do your job. Your objective is to replace yourself. As you team learns more, they will get better results. Some of them will emerge for a promotion. Likewise, you can move up or around. This is team and people development. Delegating done well improve employee engagement and productivity.

Second, with your team doing some of your tasks, you can move on to other projects for continuous improvement of your team and results. These two goals are a powerful combination for excellence.  As John Maxwell says, “If you want to do a few small things right, do them yourself. If you want to do great things and make a big impact, learn to delegate.”

In this module you will receive techniques for Delegating Effectively that will set you apart from other managers.

You will receive:

  • A Delegation Assessment to identify your strengths and growth areas.
  • An action-packed article about the demons, dividends, and details to delegating the right way that achieves positive results.
  • Video training to inspire you by applying five key steps to successful and effective delegating.

Finally, this RealTime Learning & Training 30-minute microlearning module focuses you on proven and practical steps to achieve the leadership success you desire. Go for it!

3 reviews for Delegating Effectively

  1. Patrick Loke

    The resistance to the practice of delegation can sometimes be due to personalities, inferior complexity, the perception of doing more (for the one who does the work), and the perceived risks of losing the job (for the one who delegates out his/ her duties) and may end up in redundancy when comes to headcounts cost shaving exercises.

  2. Dickson Sedzi

    It will be extremely difficult to delegate if you do not trust your team. Managers are reluctant to delegate because they fear the outcome.

  3. Shane Woolford

    Delegation is an essential part of employee and management development. Using the 5 steps is key.

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