Setting Expectations, Delegating, and Appreciating
This course covers the ins and outs of delegating effectively, setting clear expectations and responsibilities, and amplifying the impact of your appreciation by personalizing your approach.
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People managers often develop a unique leadership style when managing for the first time. Some leaders are “by-the-book” and follow precise protocol, while others tend to be more hands off or laid back in their approach. While no style is right or wrong, we believe there are three essential skills all managers should know to effectively lead a team. This course covers the ins and outs of setting clear expectations and responsibilities to maintain team alignment, delegating effectively without micromanaging, and amplifying the impact of your appreciation by personalizing your approach.
Participants leave this program with the ability to:
Set clear expectations regarding roles and responsibilities
Create team cohesion with routine checkpoints and shared accountability
Delegate effectively and schedule routine check points without micromanaging
Amplify the impact of appreciation by personalizing the approach
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