The Mobile Manager: “Delegating For Results” Now Available on KINDLE

Successful delegation is one of the most critical skill sets a Supervisor or Manager needs to develop. Being able to delegate successfully helps you tap into the potential of your staff. Learn how to put “Delegating For Results” in your “Mobile Manager’s Toolkit”so you have it accessible whenever you need to reference it to help you effectively delegate a task.

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To meet the demands of our Mobile users, “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS is now available for Kindle.  As an important component of KAW Consulting’s “Manager’s Toolkit”, this allows Managers and Supervisors to add this e-book to their “Mobile Manager’s Toolkit” and have it at their disposal whenever and wherever they need it via any device that has Kindle capability–Kindles, iPads, iPhones, other Smart Phones or tablets.  

This post shows you how to order via Amazon so you can start learning and putting these skills to work right away.

Note: Available to U.S. and Global users eligible to purchase from Amazon.

About “Delegating for Results”

Successful delegation is one of the most critical skill sets a Supervisor or Manager needs to develop. Being able to delegate successfully helps you tap into the potential of your staff.  It helps you accomplish much more than you could working alone, and allows you to devote your time and efforts to your most critical tasks, or things you do best.  Put simply, being able to delegate successfully is one of the keys to a successful career in Supervision or Management.

To help Managers, Supervisors and other Leaders learn these critical skills, KAW Consulting  developed “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS”  an easy to understand e-book will help you learn the keys delegating successfully.  You’ll learn how to:

  • Identify what tasks to delegate
  • Identify the right people to delegate to
  • Identify the level of delegation that you’re comfortable with
  • Determine what the person doing the task needs to be able to deliver the results you expect.
  • Hold effective delegation meetings.
  • Conduct the needed follow-up to stay on top of the person’s progress.

Unlike most books that describe the delegation process in general terms, “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” walks you through the process step by step, helping you think of the key ingredients to make your delegation successful, and avoid the common problems that crop up in unsuccessful ones.  It even includes forms to help you analyze your major tasks and identify which ones are excellent candidates to delegate, furnish the person you’re delegating to with the important information they need to understand about the task, and a checklist to make sure you’ve considered the vitals steps when planning your delegation.

Designed specifically for e-book users this version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” is something you’ll want to keep on hand and refer to each time you need to delegate a task.

How to Order

To view information on and order  the Kindle version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Delegating for Results” in the search criteria.

Amazon U.S. click here.

Amazon.co.uk click here.

Amazon.de click here

Amazon.fr click here

Amazon.es click here

Amazon.it click here

Amazon.co.jp click here

Amazon.com.br click here

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“Delegating For Results” Now Available on KINDLE

How to Order Kindle version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS”

To meet the demands of our global users, “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS is now available for Kindle.

Because it’s on Kindle, you can store it either on your Kindle or Kindle app on your iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone or other appropriate tablet and have it readily accessible whenever you need to refer to it.

This post shows you how to order via Amazon so you can start learning and putting these skills to work right away.

About “Delegating for Results”

Successful delegation is one of the most critical skill sets a Supervisor or Manager needs to develop. Being able to delegate successfully helps you tap into the potential of your staff.  It helps you accomplish much more than you could working alone, and allows you to devote your time and efforts to your most critical tasks, or things you do best.  Put simply, being able to delegate successfully is one of the keys to a successful career in Supervision or Management.

To help Managers, Supervisors and other Leaders learn these critical skills, KAW Consulting  developed “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS”  an easy to understand e-handbook that will help you learn the 6 key skills needed to delegate successfully.  You’ll learn how to:

  • Identify what tasks to delegate
  • Identify the right people to delegate to
  • Identify the level of delegation that you’re comfortable with
  • Determine what the person doing the task needs to be able to deliver the results you expect.
  • Hold effective delegation meetings.
  • Conduct the needed follow-up to stay on top of the person’s progress.

Unlike most books that describe the delegation process in general terms, “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” walks you through the process step by step, helping you think of the key ingredients to make your delegation successful, and avoid the common problems that crop up in unsuccessful ones.  It even includes forms to help you analyze your major tasks and identify which ones are excellent candidates to delegate, furnish the person you’re delegating to with the important information they need to understand about the task, and a checklist to make sure you’ve considered the vitals steps when planning your delegation.

Designed specifically for e-book users this version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” is something you’ll want to keep on hand and refer to each time you need to delegate a task.

How to Order

To view information on and order  the Kindle version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Delegating for Results” in the search criteria.

Amazon U.S. click here.

Amazon.co.uk click here.

Amazon.de click here

Amazon.fr click here

Amazon.es click here

Amazon.it click here

Amazon.co.jp click here

Amazon.com.br click here

Amazon.ca click here

Amazon.in click here

Amazon.com.au click here

 

Keys to Delegating Work So It Gets Done – Part 2: How to Identify What to Delegate

Successful delegation is one of the most critical skill sets a Supervisor or Manager needs to develop. Being able to delegate successfully helps you tap into the potential of your staff. Learn how to identify types of tasks that make excellent candidates to delegate.

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As mentioned in Keys to Delegating Work So It Gets Done – Part 1, one of the first skills you need to master to delegate work successfully is to learn how to identify tasks that make good candidates to delegate.

While many people who resist the idea of delegating  respond immediately that they have nothing that can be delegated, it often turns out not to be the case.  The problem is that often they haven’t done the analysis needed to identify tasks that might make good candidates.

Some of the common types of tasks that make excellent candidates to delegate include:

  • Routine and minor decisions
  • Information Gathering
  • Technical tasks
  • Operating tasks
  • Report generation
  • Tasks you dislike doing that somebody else could do as well as you
  • Tasks that can help your staff increase their capabilities and skills
  • Other categories that you can think of

To start analyzing your tasks in this manner, make a list of your major responsibilities and tasks you perform under each responsibility.  Then go through the list of candidate tasks above, and identify which ones you use to fulfill that responsibility and how. Once you’ve done that, ask yourself, “Do I have to do all of that myself, or is there something that someone else can help with?”  The things that someone else can help with become the candidates to delegate.

Example: The Monthly Budget Report

Assume for a minute that you have responsibility for generating the monthly budget report.  It’s a real headache and involves gathering information, putting it in a spreadsheet, analyzing variances and summarizing the information.  You do the whole thing yourself, including sending it out.

When you went through the type of analysis discussed above, you found that there were indeed things that someone else could do if you let them.  One of your staff members could gather some of the information if you taught him how.  Another person who knew spreadsheets and reports could enter the information and generate the report.  It turns out your Admin Assistant is very happy to handle the distribution for you.  You can concentrate your efforts on the real part of the process that takes your expertise–summarizing the information and explaining the variances.

So, by doing some analysis it turns out that you can delegate some of tasks for this responsibility that have taken up a good chunk of your time.  And once you succeed at delegating these tasks, you can start looking at your other responsibilities for tasks to delegate as well.

So How Do I Learn These Skills?

To start learning how to delegate effectively,  see KAWConsulting’s  “Delegating for Results”electronic handbook that takes you step by step through the delegation process.

Available in both Kindle and PDF

To meet the demands of our global users, “Delegating For Results is now available in both Kindle and PDF versions.  U.S. purchasers can purchase both.  International users eligible to purchase from Amazon can purchase the Kindle Version.  Both versions allow you to have it accessible each time you need to delegate a task.

KINDLE Version

For information on the Kindle version either click here, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Delegating For Results” in the search criteria.

PDF Version

For U.S. users, the PDF version allows you to store “Delegating For Results” on your computer so you have it accessible each time you need to delegate a task.  It includes hyperlinks so you can jump right to the page or section you need without having to spend time scrolling through unneeded pages.  You can purchase single copies or share with additional users by purchasing additional licenses.  This makes it easy for organizations to increase the productivity of their staffs.

You can buy single copies for the low price of $15.95.

 Sharing with additional users is also easy–just purchase additional licenses at $14.95 per user.

To view a sample and instructions on how to purchase online click here

Note:  The PDF Version is available to U.S. purchasers only.