Delegation is an essential element of any manager’s job. Used effectively it provides real benefits for everyone involved. How to Delegate work will enable you to achieve the best possible results from each delegation you make from everyday task to major leadership appointments.
This training covers every aspect of this process, from deciding and prioritizing which tasks to delegate and choosing the right person for the job, to recognizing and overcoming barriers and anticipating risks. Practical advice on how to motivate and develop staff, build loyalty, and give and receive feedback will increase your confidence and help you to become a skilled and trusted delegator.
Outcome of Training:
Participants will learn:
Practical advice on how to motivate and develop staff,
How to build build loyalty, and give and receive feedback
Skill on how to decide and prioritize delegatable tasks and choose right person.
Question and answer session
I. Learning the Basics
Working Towards Better Communication
Understanding Body Language
Understanding and Using Gestures
Learning to Listen
II. Exchanging Information
Passing on Information
Using the Phone
Using Information Technology
III. Acquiring More Skills
Communicating One to One
Chairing Meeting Successfully
Reaching an Audience
Communicating to Sell
Negotiating to Win
Making A Visual Impact
IV. Communicating For Results
Creating an Identity
Using Public Relations
Communicating at Work
Checking Your Message Gets Through
Assessing Your Communication Skills
If you wish to take this training, please register. We shall communicate with you.
Mr. Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam has more than 14 years of experience in Program Planning, Management and Development in diversified
Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam
Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam
Mr. Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam has more than 14 years of experience in Program Planning, Management and Development in diversified fields – Public Health; Child Rights; RH & RR; HIV/AIDS and drug abuse; Early Childhood Development; Community Engagement and Advocacy. In his professional tenure, he worked in “Promoting Talent through Early Education” of Save the Children and “Smiling Sun Franchise Program” of CHEMONICS both funded by USAID, “Accelerating Progress towards Maternal and Neonatal Mortality and Morbidity Reduction” of UNFPA; CRC project of Save the Children Australia; “Prevention of Transmission of HIV among Drug Users in SAARC Countries” of UNODC funded by AusAid and community based health program of BWHC funded by SIDA and CORDAID.
Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam has multi-disciplinary academic backgrounds having two post-graduations: 1) MPA in governance and public policy and 2) MPS in population sciences from Dhaka University and B. Sc (Honors) in forestry. He facilitated different trainings e.g. Project Planning and Management; Community Mobilization, Advocacy, Health Service Marketing; Team Building and Management; Monitoring and Supervision; Training Facilitation; Child Rights and Presentation Skill. In his trainings, participants were different categories including government, NGO, Local Government representatives and youth.
Mr. Zafor also took some international and national trainings e.g. Project Planning, Development and Management from Asian Institute of Management (AIM), Philippine; The Ecology of Childhood from IED, BRAC University; Basic Health Economics Issues in Bangladesh Health from Institute of Health Economics, DU; Scientific Writing from Population Council; Psychological First Aid during Emergency and Disaster Risk Reduction Preparation from SCI and Rapid Situation Response Assessment (RSRA) from UNODC.