Whether you’re looking to run full day course in leadership and delegation skills, half-day training events or short break-out sessions, Oak Innovation can help.
These leadership and delegation skills training course materials can be used by anyone that wants to deliver their own training course in leader and delegation skills. The course materials are easy to use. And, no previous experience is required.
This course is designed to be delivered to managers, team leaders, supervisors and front line staff.
How it works?
We’re delighted to be able to provide pre-written and customizable training materials that you can use to deliver a course in leadership and delegation skills.
These training course materials will help your participant develop these leadership skills and ensure you deliver a successful leadership and delegation skills training course.
You’ll get content to deliver course in leadership and delegation skills. By the end of your course, your participants will:
– Understand the relationship between leadership and delegation.
– Understand the main approaches to leadership.
– Identify three important key terms (e.g., Accountability, Authority, Responsibility).
– Delegate more.
You will receive a 50-page customizable participant manual. This has been created in Microsoft Word for easy customization. And, it also contains all exercises, tests and further reading required.
The support materials also include 64 Powerpoint slides for easy delivery.
Also available are 14 Expert Training Guides that have been created to assist in the delivery of this course.
What is leadership – The course begins by looking at what is delegation. Use the content to explore the relationship between leadership & delegation skills. Next, examine the benefits of delegation to the leader. And, also the difference between delegation skills and control.
Leadership theories – This section explores different leadership theories. And, begins by exploring the qualities or traits approach. Use the content to then look at personality traits and the functional or group approach.
Functions & responsibilities of leadership – This section highlights the concept of action centred leadership. The content outlines task, team and individual functions. End the section by teaching your participants about leadership categories and styles.
The relationship between leadership and delegation skills – This section focuses on path goal theory, accountability and authority.
What can be delegated – Use the content to train participants about what tasks should be delegated. And, what tasks shouldn’t be delegated. Highlight why managers don’t delegate. And, share why managers should delegate and when to delegate.
Delegation process – The course concludes with a sample delegation process that participants can easily apply to any situation.
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