The Art of Delegation
The Art of Delegation:
Effective Guidance for Your Direct Reports
Managing has been defined as getting others to reach company goals.
Managers often question why direct reports don’t’ do what they are supposed to do. As a result, Managers often attempt to reach goals by themselves. Rather than blaming others there may be something faulty with the process of delegating the assignments.
Clear guidelines on how to delegate effectively can increase the success of delegation and build confidence for both managers and direct reports.
This training program is intended for first-line supervisors and managers who have delegating responsibilities to their direct reports. Supervisors and managers learn eight steps to delegating effectively.
Program participants also assess their attitudes and current practices as delegators and explore how to communicate effectively through experiential activities.
- Assess Managers and Supervisors as delegators of responsibility
- Increase awareness of key delegation communication skills
- Learn eight important ingredients of effective delegation
- Define the three levels of delegation authority
- Practice effective delegation
- Free up managers and supervisors to perform the tasks needed in their managerial roles
- Direct Reports grow in capability and confidence
- Managers develop, coach, and mentor their direct reports
- Managers create opportunities to provide recognition
- Managers gain more time to solve unique problems and work on non-routine tasks
- Employees develop confidence, learn to think for themselves and require minimal supervision
- Decision making authority is placed in the hands of people who are closest to the problems or opportunities in question
- Managers improve their own chance for advancement by preparing employees for promotion
4 to 8 hours (half and one day formats)
We have a number of additional included benefits that participants have access to, making the BTR experience different from others.
We include a pre-recorded video with the Training Agenda to introduce the upcoming training session.
The videos offer a concise overview of the topics to be covered, which helps to create interest in the training and improve attendance.
With the introductory video, you can be sure that your audience is well-informed and excited to attend your training sessions.
The training sessions service also include access to a shared folder containing all the materials covered in the training session.
This folder includes any of the handouts, videos, and slide decks that were used during the training.
These materials help clients to retain what they have learned and to continue to develop their skills after the training is finished.