Plymouth, Devon United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 11, 2011 -- These days, we all feel that we need to do a lot. We have two main choices, either to get on and do it ourselves or pass it to others. Unfortunately there is only so much we can do and eventually comes a time when you may feel overwhelmed. In order to get more done you need to start looking into passing on some of your work to others.
Most people seem to be reluctant to delegate. They are afraid to lose control, get a result that is not up to their standards or are afraid of other delegation fears. It turns out that there are many benefits to delegation. The person who delegates benefits from getting more done, the delegatee benefits by being able to participate, feel needed and perhaps learn something new and the organisation benefits by having staff that can cover each other.
There are many more benefits that if people were aware of, they would be much more willing to delegate to others. Delegation is a skill and like any other skill and can be mastered using a systematic approach and practice. This course provides a variety of techniques in conjunction with several interactive exercises that helps participants to quickly learn what to delegate, when to delegate, who to delegate to and how to delegate tasks.
The delegation skills training materials comes with everything a trainer needs to run a course. It contains workbooks, power point slides, trainer script and notes, training exercise, handouts and train the trainer guideline to maximise the effectiveness of the course and get the most out of it. This can be complemented by various training exercises and activities.
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