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Supervision Series. Delegating. Skill Point Review. Essential Skills of Leadership Maintain or Enhance Team Member Self-Esteem Focus on Behavior Encourage Team Member Participation. Skill Point Review. Essential Skills of Communicating Create a Climate of Open Communication

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skill point review
Skill Point Review

Essential Skills of Leadership

  • Maintain or Enhance Team Member Self-Esteem
  • Focus on Behavior
  • Encourage Team Member Participation
skill point review3
Skill Point Review

Essential Skills of Communicating

  • Create a Climate of Open Communication
  • Design Clear, Concise Messages
  • Manage Nonverbal Behaviors Effectively
  • Listen to Communicate
team leaders who don t delegate
Team Leaders Who Don’t Delegate
  • Are always behind on paperwork.
  • Have to come in early, stay late, and take work home.
  • Have daily lists of things to do that get longer every week.
  • Sometimes believe team members won’t/can’t complete tasks as well as they can.
  • Believe their subordinates are lazy, irresponsible, immature, or incompetent.
  • Need to be in control of every operation at all times.
team leaders who don t delegate well
Team Leaders Who Don’t Delegate Well
  • Delegate
    • only the most unpleasant and unwelcome tasks.
    • responsibility but not authority.
  • Don’t
    • make provisions for time to do the delegated job.
    • use delegation to develop team members’ skills.
    • delegate clearly.
    • set up controls and feedback.
objectives page 1
Objectives Page 1
  • Understand the importance of effective delegation as well as the problems associated with the lack of delegating or delegating poorly.
  • Communicate both the need for and the “why” of every delegated assignment and task.
  • Use delegation as a powerful motivational tool.
objectives continued
Objectives- continued
  • Use delegation to improve your team members’ skills.
  • Encourage team member participation and involvement through proper delegating methods.
  • Establish a team member’s responsibility and authority for a delegated task.
  • Regularly monitor progress through feedback and review.
key terms page 3
Key Terms Page 3
  • Authority– Right to command and expend resources.
  • Chain of Command – Orders and information flowing up and down the chain one level at a time.
  • Path of Responsibility – channel that information, directions, and requests should travel when adhering to chain of command.
  • Reverse Delegation – A team leader allows a team member to delegate his/her assigned task back to the team leader.