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MTL Motivators: Delegation and Empowerment

In the "Delegation and Empowerment" Motivators, you'll find some of the best quotes ever written about the nature of work, motivation, and giving people pride in what they do. Read Harry Stimson's advice on how to make a person trustworthy; what to do when beavers build dams; how Jack Welch managed his 750 senior executives, and what William Ward thought was the best way to make yourself unforgettable. There are 100 slides in this wonderful collection. Read some of them slowly for their depths of insight and read others quickly for their sharpness of wit. Share them with friends in your online or offline network. Or have a look below for an original way to use them on your training courses.

"Delegation and Empowerment" Motivators: Our Selection of Short Quotes

The following selection of quotes from this collection is based on their brevity, wit, and charm. They're ideal for use in the training game that we'll give you below.

1. "You can't hold a man down without staying down with him." (Booker T. Washington 1856 - 1915)

2. "Don't tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and let them surprise you with the results." (George Patton 1885 - 1945)

3. "Identify your highest skill and devote your time to performing it. Delegate all other skills." (Ronald Brown)

4. "Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority and don't interfere." (Ronald Reagan)

5. "We should all do what in the long run gives us joy, even if it is only picking grapes or sorting the laundry." (E.B.White)

"Delegation and Empowerment" Motivators: "Team Charades"

You can use this collection of "Delegation and Empowerment" Motivators on your own PC or share them with others in your team. But, if you're a coach or trainer, why not use them for some fun learning by making them the centrepiece in the game of "Team Charades"? All you need to do is select a handful of short quotes from the "Delegation and Empowerment" Motivators collection, (those above will do fine), and then you're ready to play. If people know this famous old parlour game and TV show, you won't need to explain the rules but, if not, simply give them the rules which you'll find here. Decide the format of play, either in competing teams, as a whole group, or in small teams and then read out the rules. The aim of "Charades" is for each person to act out without speaking the quote on their card, word for word, so that others can guess it. When others guess the quote correctly, the game moves to the next person until everyone in the group has had a go at acting out their quote as well as guessing other people's quotes. You'll find that the game will create a lot of laughter and, as a valuable by-product, some excellent insights into delegation and empowerment.

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