We’re all capable of doing anything but not everything. Even Batman has Robin! Delegation is an art that every leader…
July 16, 2021 | 1 min read
We’re all capable of doing anything but not everything. Even Batman has Robin! Delegation is an art that every leader needs to master. Of course, the way you delegate matters too.
Productive Delegation can help you complete important tasks in a time-efficient manner. In this pathway, learn to be a productive and smart leader. Find the perfect balance between accountability and shared responsibility. Don’t be bogged down by small tasks and details only to lose time and headspace. Delegate effectively for greater individual productivity!
Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills to enable our learners to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career.
It is not possible for us to do everything at our place of work. Hence, delegating work to other team members and our juniors becomes an important and efficient way of working. Productive Delegation is the ability to delegate tasks to our team members in a way that makes it easier for them to understand the task and perform it efficiently.
understand their team’s capabilities. Only if the team is capable of performing the task should it be delegated to them. Effective delegation also means that a leader needs to be able to clearly communicate their expectations and the desired result from the task. When delegating work, a leader needs to give clear timelines and all the information that their team member would need to perform the task efficiently.
Delegation skills require an individual to understand the task and the person they are delegating it to. While delegating tasks, one needs to know the capabilities of the person they are delegating it to and ensure that they explain their expectations clearly.
Harappa programs that focus on Productive Delegation as a Thrive Skill are the First Time Manager Program and Leading the Hybrid Workplace Program.
Other Thrive Skills under LEAD are Outcome Orientation, Managerial Courage, Leading High Performance, Growing Others, Giving Actionable Feedback, Driving Inclusion and Commercial Acumen.