Team Delegation (1/2 day)

Too many busy managers dither when it comes to delegation because they feel the briefing and performance monitoring involved is the last thing they have time for, but this is a false economy. The working hours you’ll reclaim from delegating will far outweigh the initial briefing.

Empowering subordinates to undertake new tasks also plays an important part in developing their potential and boosting their self-esteem and motivation.

Delegation is inherently risky for managers because the individual’s performance in the task will be seen as a reflection of you and your abilities. Lack of trust or faith and a fear of the individual failing or making mistakes can mean managers are reluctant to relinquish control but it’s essential to your own career success in the long term.

Properly done, it will help to mark you out as an accomplished and confident manager respected for what you and your team can achieve.

This course is suitable for those candidates who would like to learn the skills of team delegation. The course offers you the opportunity to develop skills appropriate to develop your team building skills in an office working environment.

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for those candidates who would like to learn the skills of team delegation. The course offers you the opportunity to develop skills appropriate to develop your team building skills in an office working environment.

Entry requirements & Application

No formal entry requirements.

What will I learn?

This course offers candidates the opportunity to develop your team delegation skills in your work environment and to fully understand the benefits of having these skills.

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