The great folks at PDNet and CGA Canada have invited me to deliver a live webcast ” Delegation Skills for Managers and Supervisors” on Thursday September 15, 2011 at 9 AM Pacific Standard Time. If you’ve never attended a live web event before, it’s a great way to get focused relevant learning right at your desk. Using just your desktop or laptop computer, you’ll be able to view and hear the webcast. Plus, a recorded version of the webcast will be available to all participants for one year. Priced at just $169 ($129 if you’re a CGA member), it’s a steal of a deal! REGISTRATION CLOSES 24 HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT STARTS. SO DON’T DELAY! To register, or get more information, go to http://bit.ly/nh0MhT.
Chances are that you got to where you are today through hard work, your knowledge of your job, and your demonstrated ability to get things done. But when you are in a role of leadership, your success is measured by different criteria … on the basis of OTHER PEOPLE’S hard work and knowledge of their jobs and through THEIR ability to get things done. And which, let’s face it, can lead to a great deal of frustration. This is exactly what makes delegation such a critical skill for leadership excellence. If you know that delegation is important, BUT it makes you feel like you’re losing control AND you constantly struggle with letting go (after all, it’s faster and easier to do it yourself!), then you can’t afford not to attend this useful and amazingly practical session. I’ll show you how to get things done well through others – on time – and while still maintaining control.