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Jenna Spencer, one of the country’s top leaders in the area of Delegation Master and the founder of Delegation Work, will be the featured speaker at an event March 23, presented by the Hilton Head Area Home Builders Association and open to the public.
Spencer will bring her insights, strategies, and practical, easy-to-implement tips to help people delegate more effectively to the audience. She will offer listeners the opportunity to learn some of the secrets to delegation mastery from one of the country’s proven masters of delegation.
The event, “Having it All Without Doing it All: How Effective Delegation Can Build Your Business – and Change Your Life,” will be held from 8 to 9:30 a.m. March 23 at the Palmetto Electric Community Room, 1 Cooperative Way in Hardeeville.
The event will offer attendees the opportunity to learn how to overcome the fear of delegating that many people have which often holds them back from growing their businesses, and learn some effective delegation strategies that can enable people to take back their time and change their lives.
Attendees will leave with practical, easy-to-implement tips that they can begin putting in place immediately that can help them master delegation in both their business and personal lives – and help them improve their quality of life both at work and at home through effective delegation.
Spencer is the visionary behind the creation of the unique virtual assistant matching service AssistPro – which, under her leadership, has grown more than 50% each year since its founding, and was recently named to the annual prestigious Inc. 5000 list.
Through the creation and growth of AssistPro – and after seeing firsthand how effective delegation helped her hundreds of clients not only gain back their time but grow their businesses – Spencer is bringing her passion for showing the world another method of delegation learning so that anyone can learn to delegate more effectively.
She is a sought-after speaker for her expertise in issues surrounding entrepreneurship, leadership, management and delegation mastery, and has been featured in numerous local and national media outlets on the topic of effective delegation.
“Spencer brings a truly unique perspective to the topic of delegation, based on her front row seat to seeing how delegation has made such a tremendous difference in the lives of her many clients over the years,” said Meg James, executive officer at the HHAHBA. “We are excited to have her speak here at HHAHBA and share her insights with both members and the general community, and help people learn the important role that delegation can play in growing their businesses – and enhancing their quality of life in every way.”
Tickets are $15 each for members and $25 for non-members. For more information and to purchase tickets for the local event, visit hhahba.com.
For more information about Spencer’s work, visit delegationworks.com.