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Delegation Skills - Basic By Management Study Guide

Delegation Skills - Basic By Management Study Guide
Instructors: Management Study Guide
1 section * 8 lectures * 30m total length
Video: MP4 1280x720 44 KHz | English + Sub

Updated 9/2018 | Size: 322 MB
Delegating is a skill and it is important to know the nuances of delegating a task.
What you'll learn
Explain What is Delegation
Explain Why People Do Not Delegate
Describe the Benefits of Delegating
List What Tasks Should We Not Delegate
Describe the Delegation Process
Explain A Simple Delegation Rule
Describe the Levels of Delegation
Describe the Types of Delegation
List the Delegating Skills
Explain the Barriers to Delegation
No prior knowledge is necessary.
Delegating is
*'The act of delegating, or investing with authority to act for another' or 'the distribution of responsibility and authority to others while holding them accountable for their performance.'
*Hence, delegating means asking someone else to perform a task that is one of your responsibilities or work that you are being paid to do.
*It is entrusting responsibility and authority to others who then become responsible to us for their results but we remain accountable to our boss for what our subordinates do.
*Authority can be defined as the power and right of a person to use and allocate the resources efficiently, to take decisions and to give orders so as to achieve the organizational objectives.
*Authority must be well- defined.
*People with authority should know the scope of their authority.
*Authority always flows from top to bottom.
*A superior uses authority to get work done from his subordinate by clearly explaining what is expected of him and how he should go about it.
*Authority should be accompanied with an equal amount of responsibility.
*Delegating the authority to someone else doesn't imply escaping from accountability.
*Accountability will still rest with the person having the utmost authority.
*Responsibility is the duty of the person to complete the task assigned to him.
*A person who is given the responsibility should ensure that he accomplishes the tasks assigned to him.
*Responsibility without adequate authority leads to discontent and dissatisfaction among the person.
*Responsibility flows from bottom to top.
*The person held responsible for a job is answerable for it.
*Accountability means giving explanations for any variance in the actual performance from the expectations set.
*Accountability cannot be delegated.
*For example, if 'A' is given a task with sufficient authority, and 'A' delegates this task to B and asks him to ensure that task is done well, the responsibility rests with 'B', but accountability still rests with 'A'.
* The top level management is most accountable.
*Accountability, in short, means being answerable for the end result.
*Accountability can't be escaped. It arises from responsibility.
Who this course is for
This course is good for management learners and people who want to learn about Delegation Skills

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