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7TG Delegating to Volunteers

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Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers:
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Trainer
s Guide for Presenting
 
Delegating to  Volunteers 
Betty Stallings
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Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers: The 55-Minute Training Series
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Delegating to Volunteers
 
© 2007 Betty Stallings
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Energize, Inc.
 
Delegating to Volunteers
Table of Contents
Trainer
s Guide for Presenting the Delegating to Volunteers Module
Introduction to Interviewing...............................................................................................................G-1 Learning Objectives............................................................................................................................G-1 General Notes to Trainer....................................................................................................................G-2 Presentation Overview........................................................................................................................G-3 Presentation Script, with Keys to Transparencies/Handouts, Timing..................................................G-4
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 View of Slides.................................................................................................................G-10 Suggestions for Expanded Activities..................................................................................................G-13 Suggested Resources..........................................................................................................................G-14
Participant Handouts
4 Key Concepts of Delegating to Volunteers......................................................................................H-1 Delegation: Definition and Cardinal Rules..........................................................................................H-2 Levels of Control in Delegation..........................................................................................................H-3 Participant Evaluation Form...............................................................................................................H-4
 
Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers: The 55-Minute Training Series
 ____________________________________________________________________________________
G-
1
 
Delegating to Volunteers
 
© 2007 Betty Stallings
·
 
Energize, Inc.
 
Trainer
s Guide for Presenting the
Delegating to Volunteers
 
Module Introduction to Delegation
Most staff and leadership volunteers in nonprofit and public organizations are faced with a dilemma: They need and want to produce results that are often well beyond their individual capacities and time availability. And so they need to share work through delegating to volunteers. Delegation is basically the accomplishment of the organization
s mission and goals through the efforts of others. It is the supervisor's most important and basic tool. But, as all who are engaged in responsible delegation know, it is complicated, requires hard work, and involves unavoidable risks. Unless we examine our attitudinal roadblocks toward delegation and learn some effective procedures and techniques, we will continue to experience the dramatic turnover and burnout in our service endeavors. In many ways, delegation is the art of letting go while staying in charge. It involves giving volunteers the needed tools and support to do a job, clear responsibility and authority for decision making, and just enough controls to assure ourselves that the agreed-upon results are being accomplished. Not an easy task! Good delegation frees individuals to do other work while empowering volunteers to grow on the  job. An organization which is reluctant to release significant work to volunteers or is dissatisfied with volunteers
 reliability and/or accomplishments may find that the core of the problem lies with difficulties inherent in delegation. The primary purposes of this module are to:
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Explore the values of delegation.
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Enhance understanding of responsible delegation.
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Identify the procedures and techniques for doing it well.

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