Homepage About Jim Services Presentations Articles Certifications Contact
The Art of Delegating (Portland Regional Chamber)

 

Tuesday, January 25, 2011 -- 7:30-9:00 a.m.

Chamber Offices, 60 Pearl Street, Portland

Free to Chamber members; $10 for nonmembers

 

Few things in the workplace are as difficult as delegation – or as important. Anyone in a position of supervision, management or leadership must be able to get results through the work of other people. The process must be reliable and effective. It must be handled without excessive duplicated effort, and it must produce a net gain in output and in the value of the mutual relationship.

 

Delegation is a special combination of teamwork, supervision and project management. When it is done well, it creates remarkable productivity. As a bonus, it provides a very satisfying growth process for everyone.

     

In this interactive seminar you will learn:     

   

  • Why delegation is important – even vital
  • How good delegators use teamwork, supervision and project management
  • The moving parts of delegation
  • What goes wrong with delegation
  • How to succeed as a delegator

                     

 

 
Organizations need frequent tune-ups to maintain effective workflow amid change. Jim has long experience – plus creative tools -- to help executives analyze their organizations, then design and implement better ways.
Project Management is the 21st-century model for managing complex, risky innovations to on-time outcomes within budget. Jim Milliken offers workplace-tested designs in customized formats for onsite implementation and classroom training.
Communication is the lifeblood of human organization, in small partnerships and large corporations – and the pipeline to their markets. Jim provides practical approaches to all the oral and written forms.
Personal Productivity is fundamental, and it consists of skills that can be examined, practiced and perfected. Likewise Leadership and Supervision. Jim has common-sense training designs for dozens of these essentials.

 

 

There is no obligation, financial or otherwise, arising from a preliminary discussion of consultation or training solutions.

Homepage | About Jim Milliken | Services | Presentations | Articles | Certifications | Contact

Copyright © 2009 James M. Milliken. All Rights Reserved.