Delegation Skills Appraisal and Improvement Tips

Written by Drew. Posted in Delegation Skills.

Use this appraisal to measure how well you delegate tasks and projects in the work place. Or use it to appraise the delegation skills of other members of your team. The Delegation Skills Appraisal is an effective way to determine your strengths and weaknesses with respect to your Delegation Skills.  The article includes practical, easy to apply tips on how to improve your Delegation Skills.

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Delegation Skills Appraisal
Leadership is the process of accomplishing great things through your employees.  It is not about the process of accomplishing great things by your self and it involves more than overseeing or directing others.  Leadership involves developing employees’ skills through delegation.
Through effective delegation your employees will look better and the better your employees become the better you will look.  The main distinguishing feature between good and poor leaders is their ability to delegate.

Listed below are key delegation skills attributes.  Read each attribute carefully and rate yourself on how well you carry out that attribute every day.  Be honest with yourself.  If you have difficulty with scoring some of the attributes ask for feedback from your colleagues, or other members of the management team, or members of your own team.

Key Performance Indicator 1    2    3    4    5   
1. I delegate tasks to all members of my team.
2. I do not delegate tasks that are critical to the achievement of my objectives.
3. I delegate the objective of the task and not the procedure.
4. I communicate how performance on the task will be measured .
5. I set review and completion dates for all delegated tasks.






There are 23 items in this comprehensive Delegation Skills Appraisal, so BUY this article NOW to use all 23 items to measure the effectiveness of your Delegation Skills and those of your staff.  Use the the bonus, in-depth Ready Made Tips as a guide to improving your Delegation Skills.


17/02/2013 13:41