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 your standards?
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.
Delegation and motivation are areas in which many leaders struggle. In this interactive one-day workshop you'll acquire tools that are immediately applicable to a wide range of leadership situations.
Explore the five roles leaders play in organizations
Understand why many attempts at delegation fail
Discover a useful tool for improving employee retention and motivation
Learn how great leaders move beyond external motivation and tap internal motivation
Explore the leader's role in developing others
Unlimited snacks and refreshments will be provided throughout the workshop. Lunch is not provided and participants are free to leave the facility for a one hour lunch break.
October 29, 2020
(Tero Learning Center, 1840 NW 118th Street, Suite 107, Des Moines, Iowa 50325)
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in-person
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. virtual (90-minute lunch break)
You may cancel your registration up to 14 days before the seminar. 75% of your registration fee will be refunded. If you need to cancel less than 14 days prior to the seminar, you may send a substitute from your organization or transfer your registration to another Tero seminar within one year.
Tero accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover as an alternative to our standard invoicing procedures.
Excellent! Will greatly (and has already) helped.
Adeel RahmanDes Moines, Iowa
It was extremely relevant to my job. I have had more people challenges on my team over the past few months than I have in all my career. I see a lot of application.
Michelle LeonardDes Moines, Iowa
Enlightening and useful.
Brad McManusDes Moines, Iowa