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Training overview
Length: 1 day
Price: 1,245 USD
Training type: Classroom / Public
Next start date: 9/17/2018 - Chicago
Start dates
Chicago
9/17/2018  
1,245 USD
12/19/2018  
1,245 USD
New York City
10/12/2018  
1,245 USD
1/25/2019  
1,245 USD
Arlington
11/19/2018  
1,245 USD

Training Content

This training course will cover:

  • The repercussion of poor delegation on performance and how to avoid common mistakes
  • Delegation basics: What to assign, whom to select, when to start, how to maintain control and give feedback
  • R-A-M-P-S: Memory aid for effective delegation
  • Communication issues, checkpoints, and task-related support
  • Overcoming reluctance, resistance, and lack of motivation
  • Delegating to a group with or without authority: Influencing strategies to persuade peers to take on additional responsibilities
  • Setting success milestones
  • Quality management and accountability
  • Setting up control and follow-up procedures (without micromanaging)
  • Recognizing, reinforcing, and rewarding performance
  • Practicing, role-play, case studies, and script analysis

Costs

The course is priced as follows: $1245 - Non-members
$1095 - AMA members
$1037 - GSA price

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The American Management Association

About American Management Association International

For over 90 years, American Management Association International (AMA) has been a world leader in professional development. AMA supports the goals of individuals, organizations, and government agencies with a complete range of corporate talent transformation solutions, including public open-enrollment seminars...


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Reviews

Kristi L.   |   5/7/2018
group activities (role playing) and class discussions enhanced the learning of delegation concepts and real-world applications
          (5)
olivia s.   |   5/7/2018
Very interactive with useful takeaways. Will be easy to apply to job.
          (5)
JC Adam J.   |   4/13/2018
Communication prior could improve. The training materials were weak but, more than made up for by the instructor.
          (4)