Accountability is the foundation upon which all great individuals and organizations are built. However, we are drowning in a society overflowing with poor examples of accountability. There simply aren't enough good examples of accountability for people to emulate. Great leaders first ensure they are providing a stellar model of accountability and then work to break down cultural and organizational barriers to accountability so others can easily follow their lead.
Leaders Create Accountability sheds some light on the cultural and psychological forces at play that deter employees from taking ownership of results, and teaches leaders how to take a systems approach to infuse accountability into their teams.
Learn how to establish a culture that encourages employees to take the initiative, ask for feedback, cooperate across departments, and focus on what they can do to improve results rather than what they can’t do.
Participants will learn:
- The difference between accountability and blame.
- Three steps to create a culture of accountability.
- How to create a trusting environment where people are comfortable providing candid feedback, and accept feedback with gratitude.
- How to hold others accountable in a positive, empowering manner.
All levels of managers, and non-managers.
This presentation may be delivered as a keynote, breakout or workshop, ranging from 1 hour to full day, depending on your needs.
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~Avril Tyson, Human Resources Manager, Boughton Law Corporation