Too many managers end up doing work that should be on someone else's desk. When you're facing intense resource constraints, it's tempting to pitch in and "just get the work done." But if you're working as a project contributor, you can't be an effective project manager.
Skillful, well-managed delegation is a huge boon to teams and managers alike. Your team members want to do the work, and do it well, but they need your support, and they need to be empowered. Improving your delegation skills can have ripple effects throughout your entire department. Delegating well contributes by increasing productivity, building new skills, improving morale and career satisfaction, boosting motivation, and lowering stress levels across the board -- including yours. This session with Laura Erkeneff of Training for Techies will help you learn and implement this critical management skill.
If you're a new manager, or if you're just overwhelmed by trying to pull everything off by yourself, this could be the best 90 minutes you spend this month. Find out how you can be a better manager by stepping away from some of the hands-on work that's been consuming your schedule. Empower your team, and manage to the project success and business-driven results your managers are looking for.
Laura Erkeneff, founder of Training for Techies, Inc., has over 20 years experience in leadership development training, coaching, organization development, and building leadership programs for technical professionals at all levels of the organization. She has established a proven track record for showing immediate performance improvement by focusing on integrating technical expertise with leadership and business skills. Laura's engagements have included all aspects of technical leadership development, from designing training courses in leadership development and leading design teams for technical symposiums, to designing and implementing systems for technical leadership development and coaching executives in organizational development projects. Laura holds a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology.
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