Effective Delegation Course Information

Effective Delegation

Effective delegation is an essential skill to learn if you want to be an effective manager. After all, the best managers don’t strive to be super-heroes.  Instead, they are exceptional at picking good people to do what they need to have done, and then letting them get on with it.

However delegating effectively can be difficult. It means identifying the right tasks to delegate, overcoming barriers to delegation and taking the time to delegate properly so that everyone knows what they’re expected to do and by when.  When it’s done right the benefits are numerous and improve the working lives of everyone involved from the managers to the staff and it has wide ranging benefits to the organisation as a whole.

This course will start with the essentials – defining exactly what we mean by delegation and why it’s so important. It then goes into details about, the elements of delegation, overcoming the barriers to delegation, how you can choose which tasks to delegate and who to the process of delegation and much more.

Instant Certification on completion of all course modules and a test pass rate of 70%.

Module 1: The Course Structure

Module 2: What is Delegation, and Why is it so Important?

Module 3: Elements of Delegation

Module 4: The Benefits of Delegation

Module 5: Overcoming the Barriers to Delegation

Module 6: Choosing What to Delegate

Module 7: Who you should delegate to

Module 8: The Process of Delegation

Module 9: Completion, Follow-up and Evaluation

Duration: 110 minutes (Note: This is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions).

£35 +VAT,  Bulk Discounts Available

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