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    Leadership Through Developing, Empowering, and Delegating

    Date: April 24, 2012, 7:30am – 12:00pm
    Hampton Inn
    304 Prosperity Lane
    Fruitland, MD 21826
    Registration Closed - Sold Out
    Event Type:
    Seminar / 4 HRCI Credits Approved
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    Presenter:  Andy Masters, M.A., Author/Speaker

    Click here to view flyer  4 GENERAL  HRCI Credits Approved

    7:30 AM – Breakfast

    8:00 AM – 12:00 PM - Seminar
    Full - sold out.  Registration closed.

    Leaders at all levels face new pressures to produce more with less, which unfortunately leads many to fall into the "do-it-all-myself" trap. However, a "Control Freak" corporate culture is one of the most dangerous and damaging to any organization.  Leaders who don't effectively delegate certainly bring about stress, burnout, turnover, and rising health care costs--not to mention taking time and attention away from the most important projects and responsibilities.  However, even deeper, a lack of leadership through delegation squelches employee development, negatively impacts succession planning, and even causes a direct "negative ROI" impact to each organization through an ineffective use of human resources.  Enjoy this eye-opening program which illustrates what organizations should do to develop, empower, and delegate to its' employees--and how to avoid the damaging impacts of organizations which don't.   

    Read Andy’s related articles “DELEGATION: Why We Should, But Why We Don’t” and "The ROI of Delegation: Why Control Freaks Cost Organizations Big Bucks."

    **See Andy's January 2012 "Leadership" keynote video clip for over 1,000+ attendees sponsored by the "Center for Innovation" Double click HERE.