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You Don't Have to Do It All By Yourself Chart Your Course to Success with Delegation

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  1. You Don't Have to Do It All By YourselfChart Your Course to Success with Delegation Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  2. "A conductor can be easily seduced by the public's extraordinary attention to his unique offering and come to believe that he is personally superior.  The near-mythical maestro Herbert von Karajan was reputed to have jumped into a taxi outside the opera house and shouted to the driver, "Hurry, hurry" "Very good , sir" said the driver. "Where to?"  "It doesn't matter" said von Karajan impatiently. "They need me everywhere." from the Art of Possibility by Rosamund and Ben Zander, page 67 Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  3. .. A guest conductor who was rehearsing a symphony orchestra for an upcoming pops concert…. “You people know this music better than I do,” he said, “so just go ahead and play it. I’ll wave my arms around a lot at the concert to please the audience, but don’t pay attention to what I’m doing.” p. 253, Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances, J. Richard Hackman Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  4. As you reach a certain point, you have to empower other people and build on their strengths to make your own weakness irrelevant. Stephen Covey 2004 Toastmasters International Golden Gavel Recipient Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  5. A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say, "We did it ourselves". - Lao Tzu Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  6. Delegating Quiz If you want something done right, do it yourself. • True • False Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  7. Pop QuizDelegation is to… • Entrust to another • To appoint as one’s representative • To assign responsibility or authority • Abdicate Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  8. Delegating VP Education Roles • List all the possibilities of your role • Decide what to do and who to do it • Exercise: do this for your officer role or project: Club bulletin Schedule Contests Mentor administrator Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  9. 5 Steps to Effective Delegating 1. Decide what to delegate –delegation is not dumping , do you have the authority to delegate? If not, who do you need to ask? 2. Decide who will do the task 3. Assign responsibility 4. Grant authority 5. Establish accountability Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  10. Then…follow up 1. Describe tasks/expected results 2. Agree on standards and timetables 3. Identify training needs 4. Identify resources 5. Prepare a report/timetable 6. Who is in charge? Specify authority Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  11. Delegating Quiz If you want something done right, do it yourself. • True • False Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004

  12. Resources Delegate to Empower, Toastmaster International Leadership Excellence Series Web resources: Effective Delegation skills: http://www.businessballs.com/delegation.htm Delegating responsibility: http://www.willamette.edu/dept/osa/delegating.htm Toastmasters Leadership Institute, June 26, 2004