How Leaders Improve Workplace Results: Do you have a Gap in Delegation and Accountability?
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  • Duration : 60 Minutes
  • Level : Intermediate
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Karla Brandau is a thought leader in management and team building techniques. She trains individuals to improve their communications and thus their relationships with anyone they interface with. 

She specializes in personalities, communication skills, leadership principles. 

She is the CEO of Workplace Power Institute and has educated managers with her proven leadership principles in companies such as Motorola, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Panasonic, and BYD America.

She has a degree in education and is a Certified Speaking Professional, an earned designation given by National Speakers Association. 

Karla’s book, How to Earn the Gift of Discretionary Effort, teaches managers how to be the leader people CHOOSE to follow, not have to follow because of their position on the organizational chart.

Are the people you delegate to missing deadlines? Do the people you delegate to fail to take responsibility? Are there no consequences if the task is not completed satisfactorily?

If you have experienced any of these behaviors, sign up for this webinar and learn how to delegate with clarity, give responsibility plus authority and hold people accountable.  

Done correctly, delegating can be the managerial silver bullet that saves tons of time and prepares your employees for larger challenges. Proper delegating makes employees feel like they are part of the team. It demonstrates you trust them. The question is: How do you delegate right with built in accountability?

This webinar gives you all the information you need and helps you build a strategy to share your load and build the capacity of your staff.

Learning Objectives

After this course, you will see delegation in an entirely new light. Together we will discuss:  

  • The difference in giving orders, making requests, and providing suggestions and “nudges”
  • To distinguish the levels of delegation and how employees can progress through the levels to become a trusted partner 
  • The benefits of delegating
  • The reasons why you don’t delegate
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of delegating

In this hour we spend together, you will learn how to:

  • Delegate in a variety of ways
  • Delegate with clarity
  • Delegate responsibility AND authority
  • Negotiate and establish a deadline 
  • Confirm the person delegated to understands the parameters
  • Monitor delegated tasks without micromanaging
  • Have a successful meeting with the person you are delegating to
  • Avoid common delegation pitfalls
  • Ensure accountability
  • Avoid reverse delegation

This is a “must attend” and “don’t miss” webinar for all managers who want to sharpen their delegation and communication skills to increase their confidence in delegating.  

Who Should Attend

All managers who want to improve the results of their team.

Why Should You Attend

  • Have you ever looked at the final product of a task you had assigned somebody else and realized you didn't get what you wanted, and you would have to redo it? Initially, it may seem like the person who was assigned the task has failed, but that may not be the case. As you learn more about delegation, you may begin to realize it was you as the delegator who failed.
  • As a supervisor or manager, you will likely always have responsibility for more things than you can handle by yourself. You cannot adequately plan and perform every task. You must delegate.
  • If you feel your employees aren't ready to take on tasks by themselves and you never delegate, they never will be ready. Learn how to assign tasks that train them and help them climb the ladder of competency.

Topic Background   

As a manager, you are responsible for envisioning a bigger picture than the employees. You must think critically about problems, opportunities, and innovation and how to progress into the future.

Spending time on the details of projects are seductive time trap. They create the illusion of making progress simply because you look and feel busy.

In order for you to fulfill the higher purposes of management, it is critical that one of the first things you do when looking at your to-do list is look for items that can be delegated.

When responsibilities are properly delegated and accepted by an accountable employee, the employee experiences intangible benefits such as self-esteem, job satisfaction, and the respect and praise of their peers.

The organization moves forward. Delegation is often one of the hardest skills for a manager to master. The good news is this: Exceptional delegation is a skill you can learn, including when, what and to whom to delegate. 

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