Situational Delegation

Inspiring Accountability in Your Employees



When it comes to producing results, how many of your employees typically live up to their commitments? Do some managers insist that they clearly explained project or work expectations, only to find that their employees insist - after the fact - that they had misunderstood the deliverables expected of them?

In this session, participants will learn how to better clarify project and work expectations, and confidently inspire accountability and responsibility in more of their employees.   They will customize 4 critical delegation and accountability principles in a way that will allow them to be less of a "babysitter" and more of a delegator.


Participants Will Learn:·

What is situational delegation, and why is it critical to successful delegation?
How to motivate employees to want to earn your confidence with delegated work.
The secret behind motivating "difficult" team members to successfully complete delegated projects on time, on target and with minimal follow-up.
How to delegate to all types of team members (new, untrained, unmotivated, not dependable, incompetent, etc.) and still maintain control over the timeliness and quality of the work.
When to delegate an assignment that will take longer to explain than to do it yourself.
When to leverage interim deliverables without being a micromanager.
How to develop a simple management tool to keep track of delegated work, and 3 strategic ways to manage it.
4 ways to minimize the “do it myself” syndrome.
How to go from “me” to “we” as a delegator.
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