Developing Accountability And Leadership

Challenged by irresponsible people who fail to follow through or deliver expected results? In this workshop participants are led through a process enabling each to understand the reasons for high or low accountability, including what it really means to be accountable, and conditions, communications and strategies that support accountability.

Course Overview


Challenged by people being irresponsible? Failing to follow through? Not delivering expected results? In this workshop participants are led through a process enabling each to understand the reasons for high or low accountability, including what it really means to be accountable, conditions and communications that support accountability and strategies to effect positive change.

Course Description


This workshop leads participants through a process enabling them to understand subconscious goals they and others operate out of related to high or low accountability. Participants leave with knowledge and strategies so they are effective inspiring responsible and accountable behavior, including follow-through based on commitment rather than resentful compliance.

Major Topics


  • What it Really Means to be Accountable
  • Long-Standing Practices That Impeded Accountability
  • Conditions Needed to Foster Accountability
  • Tools for Promoting Accountable Behavior

Audience


This workshop targets managers, executives, parents, teachers, individuals or groups that find themselves completing projects or tasks for others and experience ongoing frustration due to poor accountability and a lack of follow-through on commitments.

Course Objectives


The intention of this workshop is to explore how accountability can dramatically influence life, work and relationships. The workshop enables participants to become effective leaders who cultivate accountability in a respectful and conscious manner.

Duration


1-3 Hours (from Overview to Full Workshop)

Cost and Times


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