Delegating work motivates your team and frees you up for other tasks, but there is more to delegating than just handing out assignments. There are many factors and strategies to consider when choosing what to delegate and to whom you should delegate. In this book, you'll explore delegation styles and fundamentals. You'll also learn about preparing and launching a delegation and educating and authorizing delegates. The delegation process doesn't end with a decision to delegate. In many respects, that's just the beginning. Getting good delegation results depends on the right level of supervision, including follow-up, encouragement and handling mistakes. In this book, you'll learn how to supervise and motivate your delegates. You'll also learn how to identify and avoid engaging in negative or demotivating behaviors. In addition, you'll learn how to respond when things go wrong and provide constructive criticism. There are many components of effective delegation. Getting the job done is the obvious first objective, but it's not the only or even always the primary objective. Staff development is a crucial aspect of delegation. It takes you and your team to the next level. In this book, you'll learn how to develop your team mitigating common delegation risks. You'll also learn how to assess and develop your delegation technique.