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How to Delegate Effectively

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York St John University Sports Fields

Haxby Road

New Earswick

YORK

YO31 8FY

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Are you a manager who tends to avoid delegating to your direct reports and ends up running yourself ragged?

Do you tell yourself that your direct reports are too busy, too inexperienced or can’t be trusted to take on more work?

Perhaps you feel that by the time you have explained the task, it would be quicker to do it yourself?

Whatever the reason for not delegating, the end result could be that you are so busy that you are not able to do the work that makes best use of your skills and experience. If you would like to change the situation by freeing yourself up and developing your staff at the same time, this highly interactive, relevant and practical 3 hour Masterclass is for you.

Run by Julie Kay, owner of JK Leadership Development, you will discover:

  • Key stages in allocating and engaging others in work
  • Tools and techniques to support you in this
  • How to assess your delegation strengths and areas for improvement
  • A plan of action to develop your delegation skills

JK Leadership Development is a York based Consultancy focussing on leadership development, personal development, team-work, emotional intelligence, and resilience, delivered through group facilitation, team coaching and one to one executive coaching.

Julie particularly enjoys working with technical and operational experts to become outstanding leaders with presence and impact, who create high performing teams and build strong trusting relationships with wider stakeholders in order to meet the future demands in your business

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York St John University Sports Fields

Haxby Road

New Earswick

YORK

YO31 8FY

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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