To Delegate or Not to Delegate - Practical Delegation Do's and Don'ts

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Date Dec 15, 2015
Time 10:30 am CT
Cost $159.00
Online
How busy are you? Can’t get everything done you would like to get to? No time for reflection? No time for long range planning and strategy? Working longer hours? Saturdays? Working at home? Family wondering if you still live there? Postponing vacations?
If any of this sounds familiar, you join the majority of managers. Time is a precious commodity. There is never enough. One of the main causes of all this is that managers do too much them self. A major fix for this problem is learning to delegate. Delegation frees up time. Delegation motivates. Delegation develops people. Delegation gets more done.

Join us and learn:
  • Why delegate.
  • Steps and levels of delegation.
  • What keeps us from delegating.
  • The importance of having a tracking system and techniques for tracking.
  • How to give positive and constructive feedback to reinforce specific behaviors.

About the Panelist
Diana is a leadership development coach who is passionate about partnering with her clients to lead courageously while challenging them to explore and create what they want in their lives. Her areas of expertise include communication, decision-making, motivating and building relationships, time management, work-life experience and much more. Diana is an MBA, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst and an PCC through the International Coach Federation

Questions? Please contact the organizer, Elene Cafasso at elene@enerpace.com 

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