Soft skill

Delegating to empower and mobilize

To improve performance, delegation is sometimes an essential step. But how to delegate well while empowering and mobilizing your troops?

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Why learn to delegate better?

In our complex and evolving organizations, it can be easy to lose track of priorities or feel inefficient. To stay on track and ensure that everyone is moving in the right direction, it’s best to arm yourself with good planning practices. The pitfall? Taking on too much. Delegating is essential, but be careful, delegating does not mean getting rid of tasks, but rather offering an opportunity to empower, mobilize and develop your troops.

Intended results

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Between colleagues, delegation is done efficiently while empowering, mobilizing, and promoting each other’ development

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Effective and empowering follow-ups are in place, without falling into the micromanagement trap

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Autonomy and engagement are encouraged, even when performance is lacking

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Success stories

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We wanted to offer a customized program for our emerging leaders. They had shared development needs and we wanted to capitalize on the intelligence of the group to create emulation and mutual support among them. We were looking for a dynamic firm with thought-provoking and action-oriented content, interactive facilitation and an empowering, strengths-based approach. Boostalab met these criteria and more! I regularly recommend Boostalab for the above reasons, but also because they are dedicated and very passionate people who act consistently to help people combine happiness and performance at work. The content is "on point": based on science, very well communicated and synthesized, which makes it accessible and effective.

Catherine Boulos

Corporate Advisor, Organizational Development - STM

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Oxfam-Québec wanted to provide its managers with practical tools to help them acquire the skills they need to master in this new remote management context. The videos, interactive questionnaires, and practical tools offered online allow managers to implement what they have learned immediately within their work teams and to see positive changes immediately. The process is a great opportunity to bring managers together around unifying objectives and helps develop interactions between managers from different departments and promotes cohesion.

Cédric Tremblay

Certified Industrial Relations Advisor, Business Partner - Human Resources Oxfam-Québec

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