Do or Die, Delegate! Webinar
Women Lead Webinar Series
I’ve yet to meet a leader who has enough time and resources to get every important project completed. Many of us have been trained to just do it and “get it done,” no matter what the challenge. Do you delegate as much as you should?
While the statement do or die may seem a bit dramatic, delegation should be treated with the same single-minded focus you put into getting it done.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How to tell if you’re a micromanager and how that will impact your success
- The common challenges for delegating and how to overcome them
- The very real pitfalls to your leadership success when you don’t delegate
- The benefits of delegating and how these lead to being a stronger leader
- How to zero in and take action on the projects that provide the greatest value by delegating now
There’s power in delegating, and it’s one of the key leadership skills that leads to ongoing success.
This webinar is presented by:
CEO and Founder
The Sage Alliance
Shelley Hammell is a recognized expert in leadership performance and team optimization. Her extensive work as an executive coach and team facilitator with high-potential leaders enables her to leverage proven strategies that work. Combined with over 20 years of practical business experience in sales and marketing and leading global teams, Shelley knows what it takes to grow top talent and deliver measurable results.
Shelley is a skilled facilitator, graduate of The Coaches Training Institute and is certified in several assessment tools including the Birkman, Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument, Hogan Leadership Forecast Series and Meyers-Briggs Step II.
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