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Delegation: For Educators

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Cyberport, Hong Kong

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Facilitators: Michael Iannini

Target Group: Leaders at any level that supervise and coordinate the work of one or more team members.

Introduction and Learning Objectives

Delegating is one of the most important management skills you can develop, but most middle leaders don’t delegate well, if at all. Learning to delegate effectively saves time, develops the team, motivates the team and keeps the team focused on its primary objectives. Without appropriate delegation, a team will become inefficient and demoralized.

At this time of the year all teacher lead teams have established their goals but struggle with breaking them down into action tasks. In this training participants will learn when it is appropriate to delegate, what to delegate, to whom to delegate, and how to delegate. This training will cover the steps to proper delegation and discuss some of the problems that result in not delegating correctly.

Essential Question: How do I identify and delegate tasks effectively to peers?

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will understand the challenges & benefits of delegation.
  • Participants will identify the barriers and how to address them.
  • Participants will complete a delegation inventory.
  • Participants will learn a 5-step delegation process.
  • Participants will role play delegation conversations.

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1000 HKD / participant

* A 10% discount will be given for 4 or more registrations from the same school and a 15% discount will be given for 6 or more registrations from the same school.

Please email events@pdacademia.com to register if you are attending as a group of 4 or more.

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