Leadership And Delegation Skills Training Course Material$79.00 Get all the training course materials needed to present your own training course on leadership and delegation skills. Instantly available, saving you time and money. 100% customizable, ready for any opportunity. Brand as your own, just add your logo. 64 Powerpoint slides, to deliver the course. 50-page participant manual, to guide learning. 8 train-the-trainer guides, to add extra value. Leadership And Delegation Skills Training Course Material quantity Add to cart SKU: LDEL Category: Management Courses Description How to present your own training courses on leadership and delegation skills Creating a course on leadership and delegation skills from scratch is hard. In fact, it can be scary. Especially if you don’t have a lot of time available. Your audience needs to learn, but you’re not ready. Your audience needs to learn, but you’re not in a position to start presenting the course. And, maybe you’re not sure what content to include. Do you want an easier solution? Ready? You can now use these training course materials to present your own training courses on leadership and delegation skills. This leadership and delegation skills training course will meet the challenges faced by line staff, human resource professionals, general managers, and senior executives that occupy a leadership position and who need to delegate tasks. Let’s get started. Learning objectives At the end of this training course your participants will be able to: Understand the relationship between leadership and delegation. Understand the main approaches to leadership. Identify three crucial key terms (e.g., accountability, authority, responsibility). Delegate more Course overview Leaders that are able to delegate are in high demand. In fact, these skills are essential to achieving measurable results. This course will teach course participants about leadership, the benefits of delegation, and will introduce a practical delegation process that can be easily applied. The course targets people serious about developing their leadership and delegation skills, and who are ready to bring their learning to the next level. Course outline Below, we break down how you can present the 6 key sections of this training course. 1. Start by sharing what exactly is leadership Highlighting leadership is the primary method of instructing your audience on what exactly is leadership. Your audience is looking for assistance to improve their skills. This is your chance to help them. In this part of the course, the content: Discusses how delegation will deliver results. Shares that delegation is a significant factor for leadership success. Digs deeper, than general leadership skills and management-speak, and focuses on exploring what delegation is. 2. Teach your audience about the benefits of delegation When it comes to the benefits of delegation, it helps to understand the intent of your audience. What do they want to learn about? Do you know their pain points? What do they struggle with? An easy way to think about delegation is to highlight the difference between delegation skills and control. Align your personal experiences with the content to provide meaningful examples. 3. Knowing about leadership theories builds delegation skills Your audience not only wants to learn about leadership and delegation, but they also want practical skills. It’s not surprising. Content that is focused on the needs of your audience is crucial. In fact, participation levels will increase as the content meets their aspirations. For best results, you can use the content to: Outline the qualities and traits approach. Explore whether leaders are born or made. Share relevant leadership theories. Discuss personality traits, functional and group approaches. 4. Keep your audience’s eyes on functions and responsibilities of leadership When focusing on the functions and responsibilities of leadership, it’s important to understand how people view leadership. Ask your audience: What are the goals of a leader? And, how do they achieve their goals? Sounds interesting? Well, it will get your audience thinking differently. Next, use the content to: Help your audience to let go of some preconceptions. Introduce a collection of best practices. Focus on the concept of action-centered leadership. During this section, we suggest that you share your own perspectives on leadership. It will make the content more meaningful to your audience. And, it will help them to develop more practical skills. 5. Focus on the relationship between leadership and delegation skills Now your audience knows more about leadership, let’s explore the relationship between leadership and delegation skills. Use the content to: Share content on the path-goal theory. Discuss accountability and authority. Explore why some managers don’t delegate. Share why managers should delegate. 6. Make this delegation process the main focus Learning to delegate isn’t always about saying, “do this” or “do that”. Establish what is essential. And, then use the content to provide a solution. What you’ll get 64 Powerpoint slides, to deliver the course. 50-page participant manual, to guide learning. 8 train-the-trainer guides, to add extra value. Practical exercises, to enhance all learning. Further reading list, for your course participants. Course evaluation form, tests, and action plan. Easy to present, no experience required. Order now $79.00Add to cart Free train-the-trainer guides With all Oak Innovation training course products, you’ll receive 8 free train-the-trainer guides that will add extra value to your training courses. Training icebreakers. How to select training materials. Training games. 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GK Lim, President, HRD Gateway International Explore more customer stories Limited time offer Get access to training content for 50+ courses, 100% customizable and instantly available. Free updates for life. See the course list here $4,108.00 $520.00Add to cart Frequently asked questions What is delegation? Delegation is the transfer to a subordinate the responsibility, authority, and accountability for carrying out a particular task. Why should a leader delegate tasks? A leaders should delegate tasks to Increase involvement by their team. Increase responsibility and ownership. Identify suitable candidates for future roles. Ensure specialist knowledge is employed where necessary. Increase group and organizational effectiveness. What three tasks should leaders delegate? Leaders should delegate: Routine jobs. Tasks that others can do as well or better than you. Aspects that will challenge and develop staff. What tasks should leaders not delegate? Leaders should not delegate: Confidential tasks. Staff appraisals. Disciplinary matters. Giving rewards. Technical tasks. If you alone have the skill. What are the main reasons why leaders don’t delegate tasks? The main reasons why leaders don’t delegate tasks are: Fear of losing control. Doubt that others may do a better job. Perception that it takes too long. Lack of confidence in staff. What are the characteristics of an effective delegation process? The characteristics of an effective delegation process are: Clarification of objectives. Agreement of responsibility. Support & training. Monitoring and review. Freedom of action. Reward management. What are the key three elements of delegation? Delegation involves the following key three elements: Accountability. Authority. Responsibility. How will these training materials help you instruct leaders to delegate more tasks? These course materials are perfect if you want to hone the skills of your audience within various leadership situations. This leadership and delegation skills course will help your participants to overcome the obstacles to delegating tasks. Participants will explore a range of tools and techniques that will also help them to learn how to delegate effectively. Can I edit these leadership and delegation course materials to add my content and logos? We allow the full customization of our course materials. Kay FitzgeraldKay Fitzgerald is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Oak Innovation. With 25 + years of experience in the training and development industry, Kay inherently understands the need for instantly available, practical, and customizable training course materials.