Oak Innovation: Leadership And Delegation Skills Training Course Material


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  • 50-page participant manual
  • 64 Powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Reading list
  • Course evaluation form
  • Course action plan
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How to get training course materials on leadership and delegation skills, brand them as your own, and deliver the training courses you want to offer

Trying to develop leadership and delegation skills in the workplace can be challenging.

Put simply, when people come to us they usually describe that many leaders want to be able to delegate more tasks. They know they need to delegate, but at the same time, they cling on to these tasks as if their lives depended on them.

So how does Oak Innovation respond to requests for this type of training course material?

Well, in the case of the leadership and delegation training materials, for business managers and training professionals, the need for practical customizable training content is really important to being able to brand the content as their own. Our unique content means that this leadership and delegation skills training course is designed to 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.

Before we start digging into the content, we first want to share some important tips that you should consider while you deliver the material provided.

  • First, great training courses must always connect with their audience. The truth is that delegation is one of the most influential leadership skills required by companies today. A lot of people understand the logic behind this statement, but they find it hard to make the leap from understanding to action. This content will help make this transition easier.
  • Second, we want to share is that it doesn’t take years of academic-study to deliver this course and transform the way leaders think about delegating tasks. That’s right, most people can deliver this course material.
  • Third, use the content provided to help your audience achieve their work objectives and goals. And, most importantly, the content will help them to focus on the relationship between leadership and delegation.

So, if you are ready to take your course material to the next level, let’s explore what you will instantly receive.

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Get a deeper understanding of what your audience is searching for

If you’re not delivering training courses with user intent in mind, you could be missing out on so many opportunities.

While designing this course, we used our years of specialized course development experience and benchmarked this knowledge against Google’s “people also ask” search feature.

By using this dynamic feature of Google’s search results, you receive training courses that are practical and always relevant. Content that is really helpful. And, material which is based on what people across the whole internet are actually searching for. Here are the top questions that we’re seeing people asking:

  1. What is an example of delegation?
  2. What would be the best example of delegation?
  3. What’s the meaning of delegation?
  4. Which is the best definition for delegation?
  5. What is delegation process?
  6. What are delegation skills?
  7. What should you not delegate?
  8. How can you improve delegation?
  9. Is delegation effective in a workplace?
  10. What are the barriers to delegation?

What you’ll get

  • 50-page participant manual
  • 64 powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Further reading
  • Course evaluation form
  • Action plan

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 outline

In an effort to provide you with as much value as possible, we’re going to show you how to deliver the key sections of this training course.

What is leadership – Leadership and delegation skills may be trending now, but they’re not exactly new: Companies have always needed effective leadership skills. Your audience must learn how delegation will deliver the right results for them.

Today’s leaders need a host of expertise in their tool chest.

In this part of the course, use the content to share that delegation is a significant factor for leadership success.

And, while the “I can do it all” isn’t being removed from leadership settings, it certainly isn’t the smart option anymore.

As for the impact of this part of the training course?

Well, the sheer volume of possible situations your audience may encounter and may require these new skills is staggering. The first step to bringing this home to your audience is to dig deeper, than general leadership skills and management-speak, and focus on exploring what delegation is.

The benefits of delegation – While there will always be a sense of agreement from your audience on the need to delegate, you must examine the benefits of delegation skills to the leader. If a leader isn’t going to cut it in terms of these skills, use the content to help your audience consider the difference between delegation skills and control.

By following the content provided, you will effectively be meeting the needs of your audience and delivering value for them. We suggest that to align your personal experiences with the material to provide additional structure. Whether it’s just a simple series of observations, exciting tales, or detailed industry-specific experiences, this storytelling will play a significant role in their learning.

Leadership theories – Whether your audience is looking for a little bit more practical examples, or they want you to show them the way, nearly everyone attending your course will want to be a great leader. The best practice here and the eternal question is, are leaders born or made?

The answer in many illustrates the leadership theories required and the content that you’ll need to share with your audience. For best results, use the content to outline the qualities or traits approach. Do note that you don’t need an extensive background in leadership theories, either. A solid introduction tends to stick better with an audience than overwhelming them with detail.

In basic terms, use the content to highlight real-life discussions on whether leaders are born or made. This inclusion of these theories will ensure that your audience will start talking about leadership, and it will also help to get everyone engaged.

The next step is to share relevant leadership theories and to make sure your audience understands personality traits and functional or group approaches. As simple as it sounds, this part of the course will open up real opportunities for your audience to offer personal insights or even to share their weaknesses or strengths. Ask for contributions, and you’ll get a wealth of opportunities to generate further learning.

Functions and responsibilities of leadership – Your audience can’t move ahead by staying in their comfort zones. Remember that every step for your audience will also link to the learning objectives. As a result, if what you’re presenting does not meet the expectations of your audience in some way, it can be hard for them to engage. This lack of engagement may, in turn, impact their capacity to benefit from the content.

That’s where structure comes in. Help your audience to let go of some preconceptions and expose them to a collection of best practices. And, nothing demonstrates this more than this part of the training materials.

Your audience is looking to learn so you can use the content to focus on the concept of action-centered leadership. Think about what’s essential, so get your course participants excited about the benefits of this type of leadership. While these are logical aspects, they will let you outline tasks, teams, and individual functions. Given all these considerations, you will then be able to discuss leadership categories and styles.

During this section, we suggest that you share your perspectives on leadership. It will make the content more meaningful to your audience.

And, to put it simply, if you show you care, then your audience will also get the maximum benefit from the content presented. On top of that, your approach will embed the materials already presented and offer considerable opportunities for learning.

The relationship between leadership and delegation skills – The benefits of delegation skills are well supported. Even a leader can’t make delegate effectively right now; there; there are always plenty of opportunities for them to practice and hone their skills safely. From simple tasks to more sensitive ones, we all can make our mark within leadership arenas if we exhibit these skills.

There’s something incredibly crucial to sharing content on the path-goal theory, accountability, and authority with existing leaders and those seeking to develop these skills and foster their career. When you share the content provided, and your audience begins to relate to what they’re hearing, you should see a noticeable shift in their learning and participation.

What to delegate – Whether your audience is here to start their leadership journey or to gather tips for their current roles, they’re most likely not sure how to delegate effectively. It is worth explaining early on how it’s fundamental human nature for many of us to hold on to activities or tasks.


Well, most likely, because we believe that “we can do it better ourselves” or maybe even that “we are subconsciously afraid of failure.”

These statements perfectly sum up the focus of this section.

The critical thing to remember is that training can help leaders to develop these skills. Use the content to uncover why managers don’t transfer and share why managers should delegate.

A delegation process – Learning to delegate isn’t always about saying, “do this or do that.” Sometimes, successfully delegating a task or activity will simply help make a process more achievable. We’ve learned that most people won’t know exactly how to delegate effectively. It usually takes some experience or training.

We’ve also experienced many leaders that believe that they are excellent at delegating tasks yet are quite aware that they hold on to the real control. This conflict is not delegation. And it highlights the need to work closely with your audience during this part of the course.

Use the content to establish what is essential for them and then provide a solution; you’ve hit the nail on the head. To illustrate, some people will respond to concepts, others to tips and tricks, others to a set of steps to follow. This way of learning is valid for all audiences. Once you acknowledge this, you can use the content to present one of the most straightforward delegation processes. Your audience can easily apply this process to face any delegation situation.

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How to answer common questions from training courses on leadership and delegation skills

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 & 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.

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