When do we motivate and delegate?

Motivation is, in general, either internal or external - it either comes from inside us or our motivation comes from someone or something else. It's about finding the buttons to get us doing what we need to do and pushing them: and if you delegate anything, it's about pushing other people's motivation buttons too.

Why do it?

Because without motivation we get very little done. And without delegation we're limited to how much we can get done - we can only do so much ourselves. Of course, while the benefits are huge, so are the risks. Our training looks at how to manage the risks of delegating by motivating those people we delegate to, as well as how to motivate ourselves.

Motivation, delegation and responsibility

If it's your job, it's your job. Simple as that. Sometimes it's hard to find the motivation to actually do it.

If we choose to delegate a task, we don't delegate the responsibility for it - just the mechanics of it. In this training we'll look at how to decide who to delegate to, as well as how to motivate them to get things done - so you're not left in the lurch. We've all come across situations where it's easier to do a job ourselves than to get someone else to do it but this approach is self-limiting. This training will help liberate you from that situation, using well understood, researched principles.

If you want to motivate yourself, motivation for other people or to learn how to delegate, just ask us about motivation or delegation training.