In this webinar, I talk about how mind mapping can be used for communicating when delegating. I briefly cover the skills that are equally important for delegation and also, how delegation levels help decide the type of communication required
Communication is not just to tell someone to do something. It is much more. It involves speaking, listening, writing and collaboration skills
What is Delegation?
Delegation is the assignment of any responsibility or authority to another person to carry out specific activities. Sounds simple, right? But it is not. It is the core concept of management and leadership. In spite of that, managers and leads struggle with it because of the related blockers.
The right skills play a key role in effective delegation such as:
- Planning & Organization
- Managing Time
- Team Trust
Levels of Delegation
Delegation levels decide the amount of freedom that you can pass on to the other person. As a manager or lead, you should know about the work that you want to delegate & your team members’ abilities well. In this webinar, we will explore the following five levels of delegation:
- Seek Suggestions
- Decide Together
- Generate Plan of Action
- Act Independently
Watch the full webinar here to learn more about delegating, the process, and the skills for communicating, all through mind mapping
Download the mind map to start practicing delegation now. It is published on MindMeister and is free for your individual use and education purposes. Please do not use it for any commercial purposes
Additionally, read this post to understand the 6-step simple delegation process. It also explains how to bring the template as mentioned above into action
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This was very helpful webinar.
Your discussion on delegation levels was quite enlightening. Are you planning to write/speak in detail about it?
Thank you, Jay. I am glad you liked the webinar.
Ohh yes, certainly. I will plan a session soon on explaining delegation levels.
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