Delegation for Nonprofit Leaders

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

You’re Delegating. It’s Not Working. Here’s Why. 

We’ve all been there … we’re busy and overwhelmed as nonprofit leaders with too much on our plates. We know we should delegate and yet worry about how things will turn out if we do. Will others take the initiative without having to be told what to do, employ the right level of critical thinking, and produce high-quality work on time? 

Many of us seem stuck in an unproductive cycle: we may assume our team members might not have the right skills, capacity, or mindset. Yet unless we delegate, we don’t provide them with growth opportunities for taking on new work. 

Join Sabina Nawaz, global CEO coach, leadership keynote speaker and writer, as part of our Nonprofit Wellbeing Series for an interactive session centered on best practices for delegating. Sabina will introduce you to her Delegation Dial framework and address some of the biggest mistakes and challenges when it comes to delegation. Delegation can apply whether you are managing people or not.

You will leave this session with:  

  • A deeper understanding of why your current delegation strategies are not working
  • A framework for delegating while ensuring strong work outcomes
  • New strategies for your specific delegation challenges

Sabina Nawaz is a global CEO coach, leadership keynote speaker, and writer working in over 26 countries. She advises C-level executives in Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies, non-profits, and academic institutions. Sabina also teaches faculty at Northeastern University and facilitates a faculty fellowship development program at Drexel University. Previously she spent over 14 years at Microsoft. In addition, Sabina has spoken at hundreds of seminars, events, and conferences including TEDx and writes articles read by millions on Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal.

Sabina’s education includes a B.A. in Computer Science with a minor in Electronics from Smith College, an M.S. in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, and several certifications and advanced training in leadership development.

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