If you are a busy, overworked coach and you deep-down you know that you (and your program) desperately needs those time-sapping tasks off your plate.
The Delegation Mastery for Coaches System is the step-by-step proven path to your success, that will save you time, money and hours of “figure it all out yourself” frustration.
Delegation Mastery for Coaches is for you if . . .
Your a head coach, a recruiting coordinator, or if you are an assistant who has aspirations of being a head coach.
At the moment, you feel stuck doing work you should hand off.
Or, maybe you want to make progress on your most important priorities, but tiny tasks, reminders, and a million other things on your to-do list crowd your schedule.
You could try to break through these productivity roadblocks on your own. Or you could push the “easy button” and get a systematic blueprint for getting the help you deserve.
In the Delegation Mastery for Coaches, I will reveal to you a system for delegating, training, and leveraging your assistant.
Delegation isn’t just about moving stuff off your plate. It’s about developing others while efficiently achieving specific organizational outcomes. Delegation takes some work on a leader’s part to determine who is ready for specific assignments and who can take ownership, while not taking control.
What You’ll Learn
You’ll learn to create fair but demanding accountability systems that get results. Using an adaptable delegation process, you’ll plan and prepare for giving assignments and structure tasks that develop others. By employing an empowerment cycle, you can communicate clear expectations about performance standards.
Why you want to learn it
You can’t do everything yourself. Identifying opportunities for delegating tasks, and the people who are ready to tackle them, is a key management skill for getting things done on time. Knowing the fine art of delegating enables you to produce results through empowerment!
How it will help you
While it might seem like you can just hand over a task to someone else and they’ll handle it, sometimes it’s not that easy. This workshop helps you discern who can handle what, and you’ll have a system for communicating those tasks in a way team members understand and feel empowered. You’ll hold others accountable for given responsibilities, enabling you to produce more work in less time through the collaboration.
At the completion of this workshop, you will be able to:
Delegate tasks and responsibilities to develop and train others
Plan and prepare for a delegation meeting
Communicate clear performance standards for follow-up and accountability
Identify elements of, and apply the empowerment cycle
Use Human Relations principles to coach toward empowerment
By the end of this program, you’ll discover…
How to maximize your assistant to free your time.
Ten common mistakes to avoid with your assistant.
An eye-opening exploration of all the opportunities having an assistant can give you.
Eight power tips from Michael Hyatt & Company Executive Assistants.
Where to find your dream assistant.
Common objections to passing off work to your assistant, and how you can overcome them.
The secret sauce to onboarding your new assistants.
Meeting rhythms for clear and efficient communication.
A proven method for effortless, effective delegation.
Next-level secrets for how to expand an assistant’s responsibilities.
When you register for Delegation Mastery for Coaches,
Four streamlined step-by-step live classes to give you the exact tools, frameworks, and skills you need to delegate ANYTHING off your plate, without it ever bouncing back.
You will get worksheets, templates, and the recordings of the 4 mindset and delegation sessions.
You will have access to me for the rest of the year to answer any follow-up questions you may have.
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