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Delegation Skills

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Business & Technological Centre - SG1 2DX

Bessemer Drive

Stevenage

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This workshop will teach Line managers the effective skills of delegation to aid improved efficiency and productivity in the workplace

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Management Development course overview:

DELEGATION SKILLS:

Who is this course for?

Line Managers wishing to develop their skills of delegation by understanding the various forms of delegation and how to successfully use them.

Benefits:

Employee: Professional knowledge and skill development; elevated self esteem and confidence; sense of achievement.

Organisation: Improved team working and increased productivity and efficiency.

Course Syllabus:

• What is delegation?

• Benefits of Delegation

• When to delegate

• Who to delegate to

• Steps in Delegation

• Obstacles to Delegation & how to avoid them

Training Format:

• Presentation

• Group Discussion

• Group Exercises

• Questions & Answers

• Review

What you get:

• Attendance Certificate

• Copy of the development slides used within the workshop

• Useful workshop tools to use in the workplace

Date & Time: 9.30am – 13.30pm, Thursday, 8 July 2021

“Helping companies take the pain out of managing people whilst preventing people problems’

 

We provide a comprehensive programme of Management development courses at the Business & Technological Centre (BTC), Stevenage or at your own premises.  One you have decided on the course you need, click and book the dates you require and then leave the rest to us.

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United Kingdom

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