Managers often spend time on tasks others could—and should—handle because they are reluctant to delegate tasks. They must overcome the tendency to adapt a “heroic” leadership approach and instead learn how to delegate responsibility appropriately. Failure to delegate leads to low morale, manager burnout, an unfulfilling work environment, and, ultimately, low quality and productivity.
Researched and developed by Wilson Learning, Leading for Performance: Delegating with Confidence (LFP-DWC), managers explore the challenges of delegating and the conditions under which delegation is most effective. During this 1/2 day workshop, participants will focus on the following key learnings:
The Challenge of Delegating
What to Do
How to Do It
Enabling Improved Performance
Leading for Performance: Delegating with Confidence features a Delegation Planner and Job Aid Card so participants can fine-tune and apply their newly acquired skills and behaviors on the job. Involving managers and training them to coach is important for successful implementation.
The Challenge of Delegating — Be able to delegate to employees while ensuring success
What to Do — Be able to follow a simple delegation process
How to Do It — Be able to define the task, select a delegate, and support success
|Session Length:||1/2 Day Programs available|
|Participant Materials:||Participant Guide & job aid card|