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Ability to Delegate Interview Questions
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Interview Question: Do you think delegation is a way to dump failure on the shoulders of a subordinate or as a dynamic tool for motivating and training your team to realize their full potential?
Interview Answer Guide: Employee should see delegation as an effective management skill which allows staff to use and develop their skills and knowledge to their full potential. A cynical view of this skill is a warning sign.
Interview Question: What type of instructions would you give your staff if you decided to delegate?
Interview Answer Guide: Clear instructions with decisive standards; everyone should know what needs to be done, when it should be finished, and the quality/detail needed. A job seeker should delegate the objective, not the procedure.
Interview Question: What steps do you take to ensure that the work you delegate is successful?
Interview Answer Guide: Job seeker should explain he knows how to outline desired results, ask for progress reports, sets interim deadlines, and does not overly focus on the methodology.
Interview Question: What do you think are the most common excuses team leaders use to not delegate?
Interview Answer Guide: They can do it better them selves,; cant trust him/her to do it; he/she is not qualified enough; they dont want anymore added responsibilities; I dont have time to show anyone how to do it; No one to delegate to; I am the only one that can do it.
Interview Question: What should you assume about your co-workers if you want to delegate successfully?
Interview Answer Guide: Job seeker should be able to view the positive potential of co-workers; does not rule out the possibility that a co-worker may want more responsibility; co-workers want to learn more; job seeker should recognize that the short term training investment will pay off in the long term.