AWIS National January 2022 Webinar Speaker Melody Wilding

How to Delegate Effectively (Without Losing Control)

12/12/2023
By AWIS National

It’s no secret that today’s leaders are being asked to do more with less. Delegation is no longer just a “nice to have.” It’s an essential leadership skill that can enhance a leader’s credibility and well-being – and increase revenue by over 33%, according to Gallup.

Yet many high-achievers struggle to let go of tasks, which can stand in the way of their and their team’s success, costing your company wasted time and money. Here’s the secret: effective delegation starts on the inside. In this presentation, your leaders will discover how to manage their minds and communication to deliver results and operate as a high-performing and happy team.

Key Takeaways

  • Overcome common obstacles to effective delegation
  • Discover the key steps to effective delegation
  • Gain commitment and motivate employees for the best outcomes

WATCH THE RECORDING (You must be an AWIS member. Join today or contact awis@awis.org for group screening information.)

Meet the Speaker

Melody Wilding is the best-selling author of Trust Yourself: Stop Overthinking and Channel Your Emotions for Success at Work and an executive and leadership coach for smart, sensitive high-achievers who are tired of getting in their own way.

Through her coaching programs, talks, small-group workshops, and articles, she’s here to help you break free from self-doubt and overwhelm, master your emotions, and use your sensitivity as the superpower that it is.

Recently named one of Business Insider’s “Most Innovative Coaches,” Melody coined the groundbreaking idea of “sensitive striving.” She has helped CEOs, leaders, and top-performers at the world’s most successful companies including Google, Facebook, JP Morgan, Verizon, and more. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Oprah Magazine, NBC News, and dozens of other high-profile publications.

Melody is a Sensitive Striver herself, a licensed social worker with a Masters degree from Columbia University, and a former researcher at Rutgers University. She is a professor of Human Behavior at Hunter College and is a contributor to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Business Insider.

When she’s not helping professionals thrive at the workplace, you’ll find Melody listening to podcasts and geeking out over all things productivity, habits, and psychology.