Delegating to Empower
Supervisors are responsible for the development of their employees, which includes coaching, training, counseling and delegating. Delegation is used to increase the skills and abilities of employees, and to create greater empowerment. Furthermore, appropriate delegation should result in a mutual benefit for the supervisor and the employee. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the method and skills associated with effective delegation and recognize the issues that often make delegation difficult.
Identify the role and importance of empowerment to the success of an organization.
Establish parameters for delegating tasks and/or responsibilities to an employee.
Determine the desired outcomes regarding delegated tasks and/or responsibilities.
Develop a plan to ensure that the delegated tasks and/or responsibilities are successfully completed.
Conduct an effective discussion with an employee during which the delegate tasks and/or responsibilities are assigned.
Facilitator - Dr. Celina Peerman
Dr. Celina Peerman serves as an organizational psychologist through training, coaching, and instructional design activities that focus on creating sustainable learning cultures at work. For over 15 years she has worked with Hawkeye Community College and specializes in organizational behavior and human resource management-related training and projects. Her professional experience includes senior leadership roles in human resource, organizational development, and operations positions in both profit and non-profit organizations. Celina has led successful workshops and designed training for a variety of industries, as well as presented at numerous conferences for local, state and national audiences. Celina’s focus is to provide quality training and services that directly contributes to better service for all stakeholders and in particular the retention of front-line staff and strength of first-line supervisors. Her passion is for how people behave at work; the good, the bad, and the worst.
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