About This Course
Delegation is at the heart of the challenge to get the best from your team members – using their time well, keeping them positive, and building new skills.
Once you become a manager or supervisor, it’s no longer as important how good you are at doing stuff. You need to work through your team. So, you need to be able to delegate.
That’s what this course will teach you. By the end, you’ll be able to delegate with confidence, and know that each task is under control.
This course has five sections:
- In the Introductory section, you’ll learn what delegation is, and how to avoid reverse delegation. That’s where you end up doing the work your team are supposed to be doing for you.
- A lot of new managers, supervisors, and team leaders find it hard to delegate. So, they give all sorts of reasons why they don’t do it. In section 2, we’ll look at why those excuses are bogus.
- Delegation is a powerful organizational tool when you use it for the right reasons. In section 3, we’ll look at:
- positive reasons to delegate,
- reasons you shouldn’t ever use, and
- tasks you should keep to yourself, and not delegate at all
- Section 4 is where you’ll learn the five-step process for delegating. We’ll tear down each step to understand how it works.
- In section 5, we wrap it all up.
This course is designed for you if:
- You are a new manager, supervisor or team leader – or you hope to be
- You have some experience, but need a refresher on delegating
- If you hope to succeed in management and want to make a rapid start
- And if you are unlikely to get all the support and advice that you want from your colleagues and your organization.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned task delegation.
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|Section 1 - Introduction|
|Welcome To Your Course||00:00:00|
|Delegation Or Allocation: What Is Delegation?||00:00:00|
|Reverse Delegation: How Your Team Ends-Up Delegating To You||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - Why People In Your Role Find It Hard To Delegate|
|Assignment 1: Why Do You Find It Hard To Delegate?||00:00:00|
|Assignment 2: How Would You Counter Excuses For Not Delegating?||00:00:00|
|Mental Blocks To Delegation: An Introduction To TA||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - What And When To Delegate|
|Assignment 3: What Are The Poor Reasons For Delegating?||00:00:00|
|Assignment 4: What Are The Good Reasons To Delegate?||00:00:00|
|Assignment 5: What Should You Not Delegate?||00:00:00|
|Section 4 - How To Delegate|
|Assignment 6: What Is Your Delegation Process?||00:00:00|
|The Five-Step Delegation Process||00:00:00|
|Step 1: Preparing To Delegate||00:00:00|
|Step 2: The Principles Of Setting-Up Your Delegation||00:00:00|
|Step 2: The Practice Of Setting-Up Your Delegation||00:00:00|
|Step 3: The Principles Of Locking-Down Your Delegation||00:00:00|
|Step 3: The Five Levels Of Delegation||00:00:00|
|Step 3 Bonus: The Jiminy Cricket Effect||00:00:00|
|Step 4: Overseeing The Delegation||00:00:00|
|Step 5: Closing-Out The Delegation||00:00:00|
|Step 5: How To Offer Feedback||00:00:00|
|Step 5 Bonus: Positive Feedback, Or Negative Feedback?||00:00:00|
|Section 5 - Closing Section|
|Four Attitudes For Good Delegation||00:00:00|
|Assignment 7: Reflection On Your Skills Development||00:00:00|
|Goodbye And Good Luck||00:00:00|