Delegate Effectively

Develop the powerful management tool of effective delegation, ensuring that the tasks we delegate are completed to the standards required.

  • Identify the appropriate person to delegate the appropriate task.
  • Conduct an effective delegation conversation.
  • Identify your own personal responses that may encourage delegated tasks to return to you, rather than stay with the person assigned.
  • What is covered in the course?

    • Benefits and barriers to effective delegation.
    • The mix of skills, knowledge and motivation to be considered when delegating.
    • Delegation levels that the leader is most comfortable with versus those that the staff member is comfortable with.
    • Conducting an effective delegation conversation.
    • How to ensure the delegated task stays with the person it was delegated to.
  • Should I attend?

    This session is designed for new and emerging team leaders and supervisors.

  • How will I benefit?

    Filled with insightful and pragmatic strategies and tools, this workshop will enable you to delegate effectively.

  • How will my organisation benefit?

    Better communication between teams, more streamlined and effective project and task management.

    Need customised training for your organisation?

    Contact our team to discuss customising this course to meet your needs.


  • AQF Equivalence, Articulation Pathways CPD Points and Certification

    • You will receive a soft copy University of Adelaide Certificate of Completion.
    • This PACE course may contribute to earning Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points or credit. Many professional associations accredit CPD at a standard rate of 1 hour of professional development / learning = 1 CPD point. This should be used as a guide only and confirmation should be sought from your accrediting body prior to registration in any PACE course or program.

Enter our online learning space

Your course will be delivered via our virtual learning platform and includes the following:

  • access to online course materials and activities 1 week prior to live virtual learning session
  • online support and interaction with your facilitator and course coordinator
  • live virtual learning sessions with your facilitator
  • further self-learning resources to embed your learning
  • post course evaluation.

You will need:

  • computer or tablet
  • web browser Chrome or Firefox to view your course online
  • webcam, headphones and microphone
  • internet connection (broadband or 4G minimum)
  • notepaper and pen
  • a willingness to participate and engage with the instructor and other course participants
  • PACE courses are conducted in English. You are required to meet the University of Adelaide’s Minimum English Language Requirements, of IELTS Level 6.5 in all bands, in order to complete your short course enrolment.

Available course dates:


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