Sample Delegation Letters

Find inspiration in our curated catalog of delegation letters. Each sample letter comes with guidelines and advice to help you find the right words.

Delegation Letters

Delegation letters are written statements of procedures, terms, and conditions that a person (delegate) must follow to execute the assigned or delegated tasks. Delegation means empowering or giving someone the authority to perform a task. In the workplace, when someone is overloaded or not available for some time, he/she can choose to delegate his/her responsibilities to others. It might be a special project, a follow-up to a complaint, or any other duties that should be performed in the person's absence - the best and the most formal way to delegate is by issuing a delegation letter.

Delegation letters are clear, precise and should have a lighter tone. Mention the responsibilities or duties you are delegating and their requirements. State further training needed to perform the tasks if any. Provide all the information needed including details about the time, venue, and deadlines, leaving no room for misunderstanding. Be direct and clearly state how you expect the recipient to perform the tasks. If necessary, mention how many hours you expect the recipient to spend on the delegated tasks. Close the letter with a positive tone and mention that you will be willing to offer any necessary assistance to the recipient.

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