Course ID: DFR

Situational Delegation – Inspiring Accountability in Your Employees

How often do managers choose to do it themselves instead of delegate? How often do they micromanage solid employees and what does this do to employee/team motivation and morale? Note: This course can be conducted in either a 4 hour or 8 hour format.

Learning Objectives
  • Learn skills that will give you more confidence and fewer problems in the delegation process
  • Get more done in less time, utilizing a more motivated team

Major Topics
  • What is situational delegation and why is it critical
  • How to motivate employees to want to earn your trust with delegated work
  • The secret behind motivating “difficult” team members to successfully complete delegated projects on time, on target and with minimal follow-up
  • Delegate to all types of team members and still maintain control over the quality of the work
  • When to delegate an assignment that takes longer to explain than to do it yourself
  • Key rules for when to micromanage and when to macro-manage
  • Why clarifying expectations is an important problem solving/time management tool
  • Develop a simple management tool to keep track of delegated work and three strategic ways to manage it
  • How to overcome two delegation obstacles that get in the way
  • Four ways to minimize the “do it myself” syndrome
  • Go from me to we as a manager

Who Should Attend

Professionals who need to successfully manage projects and teams

Fields of Study
Personnel/Human Resources


Experience in managing projects or teams

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits


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