I was once a manager myself, so I know the challenge of getting the best from my team members – using their time well, keeping them motivated, and developing new skills.
And I also know the pressures on your time,now you have more responsibilities.
It doesn’t matter how good you are at doing stuff: once you become a manager or supervisor, you need to be able to delegate.
And that’s what you’ll learn by the end of this course.
You'll be able to delegate with the confidence that the task is under control.
What you'll get
This course is designed to be practical.
- Delegate with confidence
- Identify the blockers that stop you from delegating
- ...and know how to overcome them
- Apply a structured and repeatable delegation process
- ...and be comfortable at each step
- Get more from your team - so they will be more productive
- ...and get more time to yourself - so you're more productive too
- Create a more resilient team - better able to cope with absences
- Enhance your Team's motivation
- ...and better prepare them for promotion and new opportunities
- Which will make you more promotable too!
In this course, you’ll get 18 lecture modules and 7 assignments, going deep into the craft of delegation. So you’ll be able to delegate precisely and with confidence that the work will be done…
And done well.
This course has five sections
In the Introductory section, we’ll talk about
- what delegation is
- how to avoid reverse delegation, where you end up doing the work your team are supposed to be doing for you.
A lot of new managers, supervisors, team leaders, and project managers find it hard to delegate.
They give all sorts of reasons why they don’t do it.
So, in section 2, we’ll look at those excuses, and why they are bogus.
Delegation is a powerful organizational tool.
But only when used for the right reasons.
In section 3, we’ll look at:
- the positive reasons to delegate,
- the reasons you should never use for delegation, and
- the tasks that you should keep to yourself, and not delegate at all.
Section 4 is the main part of this course.
You’ll learn the five-step process for delegating effectively, and we’ll tear down each step to understand how it works.
Finally, in section 5, we’ll wrap it all up.
Who I designed this course for
This course is designed for you if:
- You are a new manager, supervisor or team leader
- … or you hope to be
- You have some experience, but need a refresher on delegating
- If you hope to succeed in management and want to make a rapid start
- … and if you are unlikely to get all the support and advice that you want from your colleagues and your organization.
If this sounds like you, and if you are ready to start succeeding as a leader, enroll now by clicking the button. I look forward to working with you.
Prior Experience The only prior experience you need is working life. But, if you have management, supervisory, or team leading experience, you'll find it even easier!
Your Tutor Your tutor is Dr. Mike Clayton. As a senior project, program and change manager at international consulting firm, Deloitte, Mike led large and complex change projects for his clients.
Now, as a trainer and facilitator, he has been applying what he learned and teaching it to others. This course represents 15 years' experience of what tools students find most helpful, and 25 years experience in business, managing change, large and small.
So, why should you invest in How to Delegate without Stress?
Because you will...
- Delegate with confidence
- Get more from your team, making your project more effective and efficient
- Have more time for yourself, making you more productive
- Create team resilience so you can step away from your project confidently
- Keep your team motivated with challenging and worthwhile roles
- Prepare team members for promotion, and...
- Become more promotable, yourself!
So, the question is, why wouldn't you invest in this program?
Your Unconditional, No-questions, 30-Day Guarantee
The best way to assess how valid this material is in you culture is to try it out. I am so confident that this course will change your life that I offer you an unconditional, no questions asked, full 30 day money-back-in-full guarantee. If you don't think this will give you the tools to do more with your time, then just ask for your money back.
And What if you have questions?
I will be on hand to answer your questions if you get stuck, puzzled, or just want to know more. As a professional trainer, this is what I do, and I promise to respond within 24 hours of your question arriving with me from Udemy.
Enroll for this course now, so you can start to regain yur time, get more done, and motivate and develop your team.
Business and Management Training that makes ideas simple; but not simplistic
Dr Mike Clayton is a business author and speaker. Since 2002, he has been helping professionals, managers and leaders to excel in their roles with personal effectiveness training.
“Fast paced. Content
rich. Valuable information.”
Now Mike puts a lot of his energy into translating his massively successful live business seminars into video course format.
“A very interesting and insightful seminar with lots of good
ideas. Mike is a very good presenter.”
Mike has written over a dozen books for major publishers like Wiley, Macmillan and Pearson, including: Powerhouse, How to Manage a Great Project, How to Speak so People Listen, Brilliant Time Management, and The YES/NO Book.
"Great communication is at the heart of all business; Mike's approach makes this accessible to everyone."
Mike's professional background prior to all this is 12 years as a project management professional with the London office of international management consultancy Deloitte. Prior to that, Mike had an academic career in Physics, working at the world renowned Schuster Laboratory of The University of Manchester.
StartExercise 1: Why do You find it Hard to Delegate? (1:41)
StartDebrief: The Excuses People Give for Not Delegating (3:33)
StartExercise 2: How would You Counter Excuses for not Delegating? (1:14)
StartDebrief: Answers to Excuses for Not Delegating (9:20)
StartMental Blocks to Delegation - an Introduction to TA (6:55)
StartExercise 3: What are the Poor Reasons for Delegating? (0:58)
StartDebrief: Poor Reasons to Delegate (5:10)
StartExercise 4: What are the Good reasons to Delegate? (0:49)
StartDebrief: Positive Reasons to Delegate (3:15)
StartExercise 5: What should You not Delegate? (0:54)
StartDebrief: The Work You should Keep to Yourself (3:49)