Have you ever felt overwhelmed with all of your responsibilities as a club leader?
Do you find that everyone relies on you to get everything done?
Are you wearing too many hats in your organization?
Have you ever wondered how to influence other officers and members to contribute more consistently?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, “Delegation 101 for Student Leaders” is your opportunity to explore the art of delegating in hopes of maximizing organizational efficiency and success, while decreasing your workload as a club officer.
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Club leaders will explore the benefits of delegating, such as improved time management, reduced stress, fostering team work, and building trust. The proper steps for delegating effectively will be explored through the lens of a club leader, while the importance of patience, thoroughness, and giving recognition will be covered. Delegation strategies and tips will be examined and discussed through reflection exercises and group work. The profound consequences of not delegating, from both a personal and organizational perspective, will also be explored in order identify the detrimental impact of one person taking on too much responsibility within an organization.
Delegation 101 for Student Leaders will provide a platform for experienced club officers to share their success stories and failures throughout their leadership journey, while also reflecting on these experiences and learning from them. It will also provide an opportunity for experienced club leaders to offer advice and feedback to newly elected club leaders who want to take their organization to the next level without compromising the time they allocate to academics, work, family, friends, etc. Club leaders will find that enhancing their delegation skills will allow them to confidently empower others, create a team-oriented environment, and accomplish goals more effectively and efficiently. These skills are transferable, in that they will benefit club leaders as they advance throughout their careers as managers, CEOs, and community leaders.
To attend this workshop, you can RSVP here!
Friday, April 14, 2017 | 2:00pm-3:00 PM | California Suite, 3rd floor of the Union