When

Thursday, January 27, 2022

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT

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Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 848 480 5387
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Nevada Industry Excellence
775-784-8092
www.nevadaie.com

NVIE Webinar Series:

Delegation: Levels of Authority

Presented by

Veronica Frenkel

Owner, Pathways Consulting

Are you a manager who wants to get more done?  You can leverage and develop the talents of your team members, better manage your time, and boost employee engagement by effectively practicing the essential leadership skill of delegation.  Following a dialogue about the strategic importance of delegation, in this webinar we will explore one common pitfall when delegating, i.e., assigning too much or too little freedom to the employee, which can lead to challenges for managers and employees alike.  You will learn a framework that reminds us that there are many different levels of authority we can grant when delegating. And we will review practical tips for evaluating employee readiness and other factors we should consider when making the best determination about which level is most appropriate. You will walk away being able to delegate with greater confidence, less micromanagement, and better results.

Who Should Attend:

  • C-suite professionals
  • Plant managers and supervisors
  • Department managers and supervisors
  • Team leads
  • Anyone who assigns work to another person

Why attend:

  1. Explain the strategic importance of delegation to business success
  2. Leverage delegation to enhance employee performance, commitment, and development
  3. Determine the best level of authority and freedom to grant to the delegate
  4. Evaluate employee readiness level for delegated assignments
  5. Consider other critical factors that impact the degree of freedom you should give the employee

What to expect:

  1. Why delegation matters
  2. How delegation drives employee performance and commitment
  3. Different Levels of Authority that you can grant while delegating
  4. Tips for evaluating employee readiness
  5. Key factors to consider when determining how much freedom to give an employee on an assignment