The processes of delegation and control lie at the heart of modern leadership and are a foundation in building a motivated and efficient team.
A common reason why leaders fail is the perception that they themselves would best complete the task (which is true in many cases) as well as their refusal to delegate. Of course, we are also of the opinion that one should not always delegate and not at any cost. However, on the other hand, there are situations when the circumstances allow for that, naturally by applying a certain level of control. The question is when to delegate and when not to delegate. When is it appropriate and when is it not? In addition, there is also the question of how this control will be carried out whenever delegation takes place. In the Delegation and Control module, we focus on the most important questions:
- Why do we have to delegate?
- Why don’t we delegate?
- When and how should we delegate properly and efficiently?
- How are delegation and control related?
- We answer all these questions emphasizing their practical applications through exercises and real business cases.
A fundamental principle in our concept is to conduct a preliminary in-depth inquiry into the business and the organization’s structure so that all the specificities can be taken into consideration in the course of the training.