Principles Of Delegation For Managers Course in Singapore
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Course in Singapore
Managers delegate tasks to subordinates sometimes on their behalf. However, task delegation should not be performed lightly. Without regards to authority or any degree of it, there could be grave consequences that could arise. When this happens without being aware of the principles of delegation, there could be conflicts in looking for accountabilities.
This Principles Of Delegation For Managers workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Principles Of Delegation For Managers.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Principles Of Delegation For Managers course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Principles Of Delegation For Managers workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Principles Of Delegation For Managers course
- Learn how to delegate your work to other people and use effective delegation as a key development tool in management
- Motivate and challenge their people and expand the amount of work that you can deliver
- Identify all the considerations that need to be taken before, during and after a task has been delegated
- Allow the employee to use his or her own creativity and resources to accomplish the task
- Communicate the expectation, responsibilities, and timeline and ask the employee to share his or her understanding
- Be clear who should do what so that right amount of authority is delegated and build a strong and successful team of people
- Establish controls, identify limits to the work and provide sufficient support, but resist upward delegation
- The authority is shared among various individuals working in an organization for the purpose of effective management. Without: delegation, a formal organization cannot exist
- Relieves the manager from the heavy load to work and enables him to concentrate on the higher functions of management
- Frequently leads ‘to better decisions, since subordinates closest to the scene of action usually have the best view of the facts
- Effective delegation speeds up decision-making. Valuable time is lost when subordinates must cheek with their superiors before making a decision
- The process of delegation of authority results in what is generally known as superior-subordinate relationship which gives rise to a formal organization structure
Below is the list of course objectives of our Principles Of Delegation For Managers course
- State what the definition of delegation is and appreciated what stops managers from delegating
- Articulate the benefits of effective delegation and described the effects of good delegation
- Practice how to delegate effectively between members of your team and achieve the best results you can
- Practice using questions to review progress and given feedback on their progress
- Identify tasks that can be delegated and the best team member to delegate these tasks to
- Learn how to delegate tasks and enhance productivity and focus on crucial goal
- Choose the right tasks to delegate, identify the right people to delegate to, and clarify the desired results
- Define the employee’s responsibility and authority as it relates to the delegated task
- Foster a climate of trust and creates growth opportunities for your employees in the workplace
- The transfer of certain responsibilities to subordinates and give them the necessary authority, which is necessary to discharge the responsibility properly
- Have meaningful participation and cooperation from the subordinates for achieving certain well-defined results
- To reduce the excessive burden on the superiors, provide opportunities of growth and self-development, and improve individual as well as overall efficiency
Below is the list of course content of our Principles Of Delegation For Managers training course
- Definition of delegation and identify the benefits of effective delegation in the workplace
- Delegation preparation checklist, communicate delegated task and record and prioritize delegated tasks
- The goals and targets should be completely and clearly defined and the standards of performance should also be notified clearly
- Principle of result exceptedsuggests that every manager before delegating the powers to the subordinate should be able to clearly define the goals as well as results expected from them
- Principle of parity of authority and responsibility says that the manager should keep a balance between authority and responsibility. Both of them should go hand in hand
- Principle of absolute responsibilitysays that the authority can be delegated but responsibility cannot be delegated by managers to his subordinates which means responsibility is fixed
- Principle of Authority levelsuggests that a manager should exercise his authority within the jurisdiction/framework given
- Principle of functional definitionhelps the manager to determine the requirements of that specific position
- Principle of unity of commandmeans the subordinate should get the instructions from a single superior and perform those responsibilities as assigned by him
- The Scalar Principlehelps the subordinate to know, who delegates the authority to him and to whom he shall be accountable
- Principle of Exception says that the subordinate shall be given complete freedom to perform his responsibilities under the purview of his authority
- a manager must comply with all these principles of delegation of authority to ensure that the task is accomplished in a manner it was intended
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Principles Of Delegation For Managers course
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Learner’s Guide
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Key Takeaways Notes
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Essentials Ebook
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Course Handouts
Principles Of Delegation For Managers 30-Day Action Plan
Principles Of Delegation For Managers MindMaps Pack
Principles Of Delegation For Managers PPT Slides Used During Course
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Principles Of Delegation For Managers E-Learning Course
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Online Video Course
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Essentials Audiobook
Principles Of Delegation For Managers Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Principles Of Delegation For Managers training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Principles Of Delegation For Managers training course.
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