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  • Delegation & Empowerment Presented By- Kamal Prasad PGPM(2011-2013) Unitedworld School of Business, Gurgaon
  • DelegationThe term delegation describe the process used by a manager to shift some of the responsibilities for the task implementation to another team member.
  • Benefits of delegation Enhance employee morale. Enhance manager productivity. Organization success.
  • Two types of delegation Delegation for result. Delegation for employee development.
  • Steps to make subordinates skillful Proper selection and training. Delegation must be complete and clearly understood. Motivate subordinates. Tolerance with subordinate’s mistakes. Establish adequate control.
  • Empowerment Empowerment is the process of enabling workers to set their own work goals,make decision ,and solve problems within their sphere of responsibilities and authority.
  • Benefits of employee empowerment Encourage employee satisfaction. Better customers service. Employee retention. Increase in profit. Better motivation.
  • Barriers of empowerment Managers do not really understand what employee empowerment mean Managers fail to establish boundaries for employee. Allow barriers to impede the ability of staff members to practice empowered behavior. communication