It's about leveraging your time

But it's also about developing your employee

Delegating is a time management topic because it helps you leverage your time as a supervisor or manager. So you can focus on your own priorities and use your expertise. 

But it's also very much about developing your employee. And contributing to the future of your organization.

Delegating is Empowering

Micromanaging is not

  • The benefits to you, the employee and the organization

  • Practice using the 'Delegate Rule of 8' guidelines

  • 3 ground rules for successful outcomes

  • Feedback and coaching similarities and differences

  • An important part communication isn't just talk...it learning how to practice active listening

  • Rewards and recognition

What's included in the course?

  • 'Delegate Rule of 8'

    Micromanaging is a lose-lose situation. Easy to follow guidelines to help free yourself from that control thing.

  • Ground Rules

    What you can delgate, what you might not want to delegate, 3 terms to never confuse, and 5 levels of instruction.

  • Feedback & Coaching

    Similarities, differences, and guidelines for each along with examples of dialogue you can use at the right time.

  • Active Listening

    Different types of questions are covered to help you unlock the conversation and communication between you and the employee.

  • Rewards & Recognition

    What's worked in the past may not work now. Understand the needs of your employees when it comes to this.

  • +Additional Coaching+

    Interested in a 30 minute one-on-one call after you've finished the course? If so, contact Cynthia@ProPartnersInc.com

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