Sierra Human Resources Association to offer ‘Situational Leadership & Delegating the Right Way for Results’
What is your “management style?” Do you manage all team members the same way? Do you know when to get out of the way? The answers can be found in the Situational Leadership Model.If you have ever been frustrated a delegated assignment was poorly executed or not completed, learn concrete steps to delegate for success and unleash the Team Leader within. The “Situational Leadership & Delegating the Right Way for Results” with HRCI credits leadership skills for success available to be held Wednesday, Feb. 10, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., Cedar House Sport Hotel, 10918 Brockway Road, Truckee. Registration and snack 8 a.m.Managerial effectiveness is reached only when leaders unleash team member potential. Beware the micromanager. Some hover, others are off the radar. Get it just right – balance directive behavior with supportive qualities to give each individual team member exactly what they need to succeed. By understanding four simple quadrants that illustrate the learning curve, and what to do in each, you will be better equipped to motivate and develop each individual team member.Successful delegating is more than assigning a project and checking at intervals for progress. Participants will take away the Delegation/Situational Leadership Reference Card and learn to consistently use the key steps to delegate the right way for results.Early Bird and volume discounts apply until Feb. 3. Registration fees: Early Bird registration before Feb. 3: $35 Chamber and SHRA members, $45 for non members. Last minute registration after Feb. 3: $40 Chamber and SHRA members, $50 for non members. Easy online registration at http://www.sierrahra.com at the Online Store. Seating is limited for this popular event. No refunds; substitutions welcome.For more information call Laura Moriarty, SHRA president-elect at (530) 573-0224 or write to Laura@tahoetrainingpartners.com. Or call 582-5655.Co-sponsored by the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce and the Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Sierra Human Resources Association (SHRA) and Tahoe Training Partners.