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Delegation 152 slides with Participant Handout

Effective delegation will improve efficiency in the workplace. Delegation is appointing a person to act on one's behalf. The word "delegation" was first used to mean "the act of delegating" in the 1610s. Delegate (v.) "to send with power to transact business as a representative," 1520s, from past-participle stem of Latin delegare "to send as a representative," from de "from, away" (see de-) + legare "send with a commission," possibly literally "engage by contract" and related to lex (genitive legis) "contract, law," from PIE root *leg- (1) "to collect, gather."

Did you know that... a paradox of delegation is that it is initially time-consuming. However, the time spent in setting up systems and training staff will pay off in the long term. The principles of delegation are relatively easy to understand; the problem is getting managers to delegate in practice. Obstacles to successful delegation may include lack of training and sense of insecurity on the part of the manager, or external factors such as an absence of suitably skilled staff or the existence of jealousies between employees and associates.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the benefits of delegation
  • Define delegation, and identity its benefits and uses
  • Explain the basic methods involved in successful delegation
  • Explore the methods and techniques of delegation
  • Explain how to overcome resistance to a delegated task
  • Use two-way communication to improve the level of understanding
  • Recognize the steps toward effective delegation and the skills needed for it
  • Learn the key steps in the control process
  • Explain how to utilize recognition, rewards, and sanctions
  • Identify your own strengths and limitations in the process
  • Form a plan of action to increase your use of delegation and the success of the task you delegate
  • Practice delegating new tasks tasks and generate an action plan to improve your delegation skills

Glossary: 4 pages with 26 related terms (sample terms include)

Accountability, Authority, Delegation, Downward Delegation, Empowerment, Entrust, Feedback, Knowledge Transfer, Lateral Delegation, Micromanagement, Proxy, Responsibility, Selection Pool, Subdivision, Upward Delegation

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Keywords: appointment, apportioning, authorization, charge, commissioning, committal, communicate, consigning, consignment, conveyance, conveying, delegate, delve, deputation, devolution, entrustment, give, giving over, installation, investiture, lead, mandate, nomination, ordination, reference

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Procrastination 150 slides with Participant Handout

Procrastination is the avoidance of doing a task that needs to be accomplished. This can lead to feelings of guilt, inadequacy, depression, and self-doubt among workers, and can interfere with personal and organizational success. The word “procrastination” originated from the Latin word “procrastinationem” in the1540s. It came from the combination of the beginning “pro,” meaning forward, and “crastinus,” meaning belonging to tomorrow.

Did you know that... procrastination statistics suggest that 40% of people have experienced financial loss due to procrastination. For a business the cost per year for procrastination is a whacking $10,396 per employee. When posed with this question, to what extent is procrastination having a negative impact on your happiness, of the 2700 responses, 46% said quite a bit or very much. And 18% confessed it was an extreme negative effect. The statistics show that procrastination has seen at least a 5-fold increase over the last couple of decades. In the 1970s, only about 4-5% of people indicated that they considered themselves as procrastinators. Today, that number is at a staggering 20-30%.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the symptoms and the causes of procrastination
  • Identity critical behaviors and rationalizations to avoid
  • Defeat procrastinating behaviors and resolve their effects forever
  • Apply behavioral solutions to head off future procrastination tendencies
  • Learn and practice the self-motivation option for efficiency and greater productivity
  • Develop a time based and goal driven action plan

Glossary: 5 pages with 49 related terms (sample terms include)

Address Book — Agenda — Allocating — Analyze — Balancing Your Life — Daily Planning — Deadline — Delegation — Interruption — Multi-Tasking — Optimize — Organizing — Paperwork — Pareto Principle — Parkinson’s Law — Perfectionism — Planning — Prioritize — Productivity — Prune — Time — Time Log — Time Management — Virtual Assistant

The perfect companion to your presentation. Each ReadySetPresent glossary defines the relevant terms for each of our PowerPoint topics. This clear, concise and comprehensive resource offers you and your participants a common language. It's always nice to have your participants and you "on the same page" with the ability and confidence to understand and speak the lingo. Whether used before, during or after any session, this reference will add so much more value to your presentation and additional credibility. Each glossary goes above and beyond the content of the presentation . With these glossaries, you’ll never get stumped by a buzzword again.

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Keywords: dally, delay, drag, hesitate, hold off, efficiency, lag, let slide, linger, loiter, organize, pause, postpone, priority, procrastinate, procrastination, prolong, time, time management, time use, wait

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