Taught by Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®
Do you feel like you have more to do than it seems possible to do in any 24-hour period?
Actually, do you KNOW that you do?
Delegating is about extending your impact not shirking your work.
- If you believe – and have evidence – that no one can do things as well as you can, then this two-part class will help you.
- If you have said, “I don’t have anyone to delegate to,” then this tele-workshop will help you.
- If you ever have tasks and projects in your personal or professional life that don’t get done, then you will want to invest your time in this class.
The basis for this 2-part tele-workshop is the mantra:
“Do Only What Only You Can Do.”
Put this belief into action, when you…
- Realize you have the option–and the responsibility–to deputize others to handle tasks, projects, and appearances in your stead.
- Gain a clear sense of who, what, when, where, why, and how to delegate.
- Develop a deputy roster, duty list, and deployment log (plus other tools).
- Maximize your productivity and support others in their growth and development by learning how to “deputize…then delegate.”
- MP3 downloads of the class so you can listen as many times as you need to and want to while reinforcing the strategies you learn;
- An extensive packet of handouts to download and use while you are listening and learning.
All of us have the option to deputize others to handle tasks, projects, and appearances in our stead. What some of us don’t have is a clear sense of who, what, when, where, why, and how to delegate.
This seminar will give you answers to those questions as you develop a deputy roster, duty list, and deployment log. Maximize your productivity and support others in their growth and development by learning how to “deputize…then delegate.”
Don’t Miss Out!
“Delegating work works, provided the one delegating works, too.”
About the Host
Meggin McIntosh, PhD, known as “The PhD of Productivity®” is a former teacher, university professor, and founding director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. and says,
“People are forever asking me how I accomplish so much. One answer is that I love my work and I do work many hours. HOWEVER, and this is a big however, if I had not learned to delegate from the time I was an assistant professor, I would never have achieved full professor – nor been able to do all of the projects, classes, and writing that I do now.
Please, you can’t afford NOT to access this class. It is a small investment with a huge payoff.”
“I’m going from doing all of the work to having to delegate the work – which is almost harder for me than doing the work myself. I’m a lousy delegator, but I’m learning.”