For a team to work together efficiently, you need to clearly communicate delegated tasks and goals.


Effective delegation is essential for every workplace and is a skill every manager should master. Signs of poor delegation include working overtime for months, feeling overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to do, having bored employees frequently ask what needs to be done next, not meeting deadlines, struggling to prioritise and constantly managing a full inbox.

We created the Delegation eLearning module to provide managers with the knowledge to delegate effectively and keep things running smoothly in the business. In the Delegation training module you will meet Albatross, the head of a private detective agency whose poor delegation skills are causing a number of problems in the office. Albatross is keen to improve his delegation skills and employ these skills effectively. Your challenge is to help Albatross change his ways and turn things around through delegation.

The module includes an overview of the best practices to follow when delegating tasks, the process and the levels of delegation and how to deal with problems when delegating. The Delegation training module is part of a group of modules specifically designed for managers. They were created to be pedagogically-sound and include real-life scenarios, role plays and other engaging activities. They are available 24/7, in different languages and can be accessed with any device through our modern LMSCertificates are available upon completion of the modules.

Learning Outcome

Upon completing of the Delegation eLearning module, the user will:

  • Understand the importance and power of delegation
  • Delegate to different levels
  • Identify how much to delegate to different employees
  • Follow a clear delegation process
  • Delegate effectively

Course Outline

Good vs Bad delegation 
How to Delegate
Levels of delegation
Delegation Issues


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