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Effective Delegation

June 30, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Jo Miller
(650) 587-7300 x37

Local government agencies already struggled to do more with less, in terms of staffing, budgets, and time. The COVID -19 pandemic has only magnified the challenges that leaders face to get things done in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Delegation can help local government leaders make the most of limited resources. Delegation skills serve as a critical nexus between time management, development, and engagement. In these times with all or part of your team working remotely, delegation has become increasingly critical and more complex.

Regional Government Services’ (RGS) Delegation Training provides an opportunity for local government agency leaders and staff to learn how to delegate effectively and/or fine tune existing delegation skills. We can teach you how to delegate effectively, no matter where your employees work.

We will specifically address:
• What Delegation Is/Isn’t
• Evaluating Your Delegation Skills
• The Benefits of Delegation
• Getting Past the Barriers to Delegation
• Successful Delegation Practices
• Planning Your Next Delegation

To register for this webinar, pay via PayPal using the form below. Please be sure to include the contact name and email for a person who will be attending the webinar (this individual should also be able to provide contact information for any additional participants on the paid registration). For registrations greater than 5 individuals, please contact Jo Miller directly at (650) 587-7300 x37 or via email at

Cancellation Policy: For scheduled and paid webinar participant no shows, no refund of the costs will be given. If a participant is unable to attend, that agency may send an alternate for the registrant. If given one week’s notice prior to the webinar, the agency will receive a credit toward an upcoming webinar that may be used within the next 12 calendar months. For further information or questions contact Jo Miller at

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