Whether you’re a Manager, Team leader, an Entrepreneur, or in some similar position of authority, delegation is going to be a major key to maximizing your productivity and keeping yourself sane during tight deadlines or large workloads.
But the problem is, many entrepreneurs and leaders don’t know how to delegate effectively, or aren’t willing to do it unless they absolutely have to.
The good news is that we can change this. Delegating tasks is a skill that, like any skill, can be learned and improved on over time.
And this online, delegation program gives you real-world practice in delegation skills and strategies that will reduce your stress level, empower your staff, and build morale. This delegation skills training will help you to pinpoint the right task, the right method, and the right person to help you maximize productivity for you and your team.
Your success is limited
If you work on your own, there’s only a limited amount that you can do, however hard you work. You can only work so many hours in a day. There are only so many tasks you can complete in these hours. There are only so many people you can help by doing these tasks. And, because the number of people you can help is limited, your success is limited.
This can lead to a real sense of pressure and work overload: you can’t do everything that everyone wants, and this can leave you stressed, unhappy, and feeling that you’re letting people down.
A simple question
To know if you’re guilty of holding on to too much, answer this simple question: “If you had to take an unexpected week off work, would your initiatives and priorities advance in your absence?”
If you answered “No” or if you’re unsure, then you may be more involved than essential. To raise the ceiling of your leadership potential, you need to extend your presence through the actions of others.
You can extend your presence and stop doing too much yourself by learning “How to delegate your work to other people.” If you are a good delegator, you can quickly build a strong and successful team of people, well able to meet the demands that others place.
But delegation isn’t about barking orders and hoping that your staff falls in line. A manager’s job is to get the very best from those under their supervision and in doing so, maximizing productivity and profit.
Multiply your value!!
Learning how to delegate effectively is the key to leveraging yourself and multiplying your value to your company. Delegation allows you to move from what you can do personally to what you can manage.
Careful delegation helps to identify and capitalize on the unique strengths and weaknesses of the team members. Delegation also boosts employees’ engagement as it proves that the managers are interested in drawing on their talents.
When you are willing to delegate, you are promoting an atmosphere of confidence and trust. Your actions send a clear signal: as a leader, you trust your subordinates to achieve desired outcomes.
As a result, they will come to think of you as a like-able and efficient leader who respects their skills and needs.
Soon you will be given more people to delegate to, plus greater responsibilities, as a result of your delegation and effective management skills.
All managers with outstanding management skills are excellent delegators. But we are not born with these skills.
“I had no idea how to delegate effectively”
When I started my career as a manger I had no idea how to delegate effectively. I was doing a lot of work myself and actually even let my employees give work to me. But after a while when my responsibilities grew I realized that I had to turn this around
I needed to change my approach from what I could do personally to what I could manage through delegation. And so I followed courses, read books, studied and researched how to do this. And I discovered that good delegation is not that difficult but it requires certain techniques and structures and above all practice.
After using these delegation techniques my life as a manager became much easier, more satisfying and the team got more work done with better results. All that experience, knowledge, and information I have now put into this comprehensive and easy-to-follow management communication program.
How to use different delegation techniques and structures
During the course, I will tell you exactly how to use different delegation techniques and structures to become a better delegator and to achieve better results. And after you have finished a specific module you can immediately apply it in practice, the same day, literally.
If you start to apply these techniques on a regular basis, then you will make them your own and become better at them. You’ll start to become a leader who is getting things done easier than before. You will feel more confident and create more success because you have the skills and techniques to get work done! And this will not go unnoticed in the company.
As mentioned before, these skills helped me a lot also in delegation with the employees I have managed over the last two decades. I have had several different management and leadership positions with several teams, within a very competitive IT market.
I was, at a certain point, overseeing a business entity with a turnover of more than $150 million and the methods and techniques that I teach in this course worked there too.
My goal is to help (upcoming) managers like you to become more successful and effective in their jobs, in ways that benefit both the organization and employees.
Talking about benefits, how will you benefit from this course? If you implement the things you learn in this course this will lead to:
- Exhibit greater competence and confidence in assigning work and responsibilities
- Foster greater teamwork, cooperation, and collaboration through clear explanation of roles and authority
- Prevent miscommunication when setting tasks and expectations
- Influence peers and team members to share your responsibilities
- Empower and motivate staff to handle more difficult assignments
What You Will Learn:
• 10 delegation Mistakes to avoid
• The Benefits of Delegation and Why Most Leaders Under-Delegate
• What Is your Comfort Level with Delegation?
• Key Guidelines for Delegating Tasks to Employees
• What Tasks Can Be Delegated?
• What Should Never Be Delegated
• Exercise: What Should I Delegate?
• The 5 Steps Making Delegation Successful
• Delegation Activity: Choose the ‘‘Right’’ Person
• Key Delegation Reminders
• Delegation Case Study
• The Different Levels of Freedom when Delegating
• How To Delegate The Right Tasks To The Right People
• Employee learning
• Four Phases of Employee Learning Model
• Using the Model to Manage Direct Reports
• Identifying the Phases of Learning
• Business cases: Pinpointing the Phases
• How To Effectively Communicate When You Delegate
• How to Create Commitment when you Delegate
I’ve trained 1000’s, of managers and upcoming managers, in workshops, one-on-one meetings and on the internet. People say things like:
“This course was full of extremely useful information that I plan to incorporate it daily in my job and outside of my job as well. The information was clearly outlined and logically structured. The instructor was also very motivated about the topic and I look forward to going through his additional courses. I’d like to thank him for putting out this information as it will be extremely helpful in my future.” – Gary G.
“This is a very practical and valuable course for anyone who is trying to improve their leadership and employee management skills. The lessons, concepts are clear and well presented. Highly recommended.” – Alex A
“It is easy to follow and understand. Clear and concise. Actually I already got some ideas forming in my mind and I know it will really help with our business and team.” – April V
This course is like a “management workshop.” We will walk through a step-by-step process, giving you highly effective communication and delegation skills and techniques. I have compressed all the knowledge into easy-to-apply steps.
Thank you so much for your interest in this course. I hope you’re as excited as I am and, with our 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee, there’s no reason to hesitate.
Click the enroll button right now and we’ll see you in lesson one to start learning about the 10 Delegation Mistakes to avoid