What if they don't do it right? What if they mess it up? What if they don't get it done at all? What if the outcome is not up to my standards? What if they do it better than I do?
Delegation is an area in which many leaders struggle. It's often hard to relinquish control. Others may not do it "our way". Many times it seems more expedient (and simpler) to do the work ourselves. Rather than learning to delegate effectively, we work longer hours.
By definition, leadership is about "leading" other people. The long term success of a leader is largely determined by those who follow. As a result, leaders must seek to understand what influences people, what makes them tick, how to talk to them, how to challenge them, how to motivate them and how to delegate the tasks for which they are best suited.
Explore the five roles leaders play in organizations
Identify the advantages of delegation
Understand when it is appropriate to delegate
Realize when it is not appropriate to delegate
Discover three specific skills effective leaders employ when delegating
Learn to tap into internal motivation when delegating
Unique in the training industry, we use a team approach to most training and executive coaching. This means a diversity of trainers, a variety of trainer certifications, specialties and expertise, and small facilitator to participant ratio.
We take the measurement of training results very seriously and dedicate a significant amount of time and resources to it - all to ensure that the programs offered by Tero deliver the outstanding results our clients have come to expect.
What are the future needs of the business? What talent, skills, knowledge and abilities will your future leaders need? What changes are anticipated? How do you see the role of leaders in making this change a reality?