Effective Delegation

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Mar 21, 2012

Delegation is a critical skill in today’s fast-paced and increasingly global business world. This webinar focuses on how supervisors and teams can effectively delegate important tasks and get optimal results. It also explores how those who are assigned tasks can make sure the delegation is set up for success. As more teams work across geographic distances, understanding the principles of effective delegation can positively impact productivity and job satisfaction. The webinar discusses principles of effective delegation and gives examples of good (and bad) practices.

This webinar is directed towards anyone who delegates or has tasks delegated to them and is interested in understanding success factors for effective delegation. Participants will learn principles for successful delegation. It applies to people in industry, academic, and government sectors.

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