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what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
what is DELEGATION?
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  • 1. What is DELEGATION?
  • 2. Delegation By Definition Is: The assignment to another person of formal authority (legitimate power) and accountability for carrying out specific activities
  • 3. Distinctions That Make A Difference • Responsibility  ownership • Authority  legitimacy • Accountability  obligation
  • 4. What are the ADVANTAGES OF DELEGATION?
  • 5.  it increases the level of motivation of employees.  allows for new and innovative ideas from the employees.  leads to development of employees' creative and decision making skills.  improved decision quality  time saving - we can achieve 10 to 20 times more through delegation than we can by doing all the work by ourselves.  Gain more time to do other things you've not had a chance to complete.  Learn how to manage people and can expand employment.
  • 6. What are the DISADVANTAGES OF DELEGATION?
  • 7. Business Risk Burden on Employees Tend to stop monitoring a person, and that can cause trouble (honest mistakes, embezzlement, etc.). Lose control of a project or business because it's grown in a way you can no longer handle.
  • 8. What are the GUIDELINES for effective delegation ?
  • 9. Guidelines for Effective Delegation • Clarify the objectives and the performance standards
  • 10. Guidelines for Effective Delegation • Clarify the objectives and the performance standards • Shift authority commensurate with the responsibilities
  • 11. Guidelines for Effective Delegation • Clarify the objectives and the performance standards • Shift authority commensurate with the responsibilities • Provide necessary support systems
  • 12. Guidelines for Effective Delegation • Clarify the objectives and the performance standards • Shift authority commensurate with the responsibilities • Provide necessary support systems • Establish reasonable checkpoints and deadlines
  • 13. Guidelines for Effective Delegation • Clarify the objectives and the performance standards • Shift authority commensurate with the responsibilities • Provide necessary support systems • Establish reasonable checkpoints and deadlines • Review results, not methods
  • 14. Task of effective delegation
  • 15. Task of effective delegation 1. Decide which task can be delegated. 2. Decide who should get the assignment. 3. Provide sufficient resources for carrying out the delegated task. 4. Delegate the assignment. 5. Be prepared to run interference, if necessary. 6. Establish a feedback system.
  • 16. By: Chelloline B. Tebangin THANK YOU!!!!!!!

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