Your Effectiveness as a Manager
A manager’s effectiveness is directly related to their ability to delegate and empower others. Running from task-to-task and trying to balance all of the demands are marks of an ineffective manager.
An effective manager knows that good delegation is the key to helping people in the organization prepare for future leadership roles while freeing up their schedule to work on more important matters. This workshop will help you learn the practical steps as well as the attitude adjustments necessary to become a manager who empowers others and gets more done.
- The reasons managers and employees resist the delegation process
- The benefits to managers and employees of good delegation
- The phases of effective delegation
- The process for matching the right tasks to the best person
To register for this workshop
Delegation registration page coming soon.
Benefits of Attending Delegation
You will learn the practical steps and necessary attitude for becoming an effective delegator. You will also learn to identify and address the common excuses for not delegating, identify tasks that should be delegated, use a process to match these tasks to the right people and apply the delegation process to increase productivity and empower your people.
Who Should Attend
Any leader who desires to increase their delegation skills and empower their employees.
Wed., June 17, 2020, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Boise State Meridian Center, 2950 Magic View Dr., Ste. 188, Meridian, Idaho. View a map to Meridian Center for location and driving directions.
Tricia Burns –Tricia Burns, MBA, is currently Adjunct Faculty for Boise State University’s Multidisciplinary Studies. She also provides leadership training through Boise State’s Center for Professional Development. Tricia has worked in training capacities for most of her 20-year professional career and is known for the engaging approach she brings to workshop facilitation. In addition to Boise State, Tricia has experience in healthcare and government agencies, providing training, needs analysis, program development, program management, grant writing, and grant management. She has facilitated on-site custom training for Center’s clients in city, county, state and federal agencies. Tricia also has front-line supervision experience as a business owner and brings this unique view and expertise to her leadership and business classes.
$175 per person, includes all materials.
Contact Us For More Information About Boise State Center for Professional Development
Phone: (208) 426-1709
Address: 2950 Magic View Dr., Ste. 188, Meridian, ID 83642