for High-potential, First-time Managers
Accountability is, say what you do and do what you say. Not only is accountability important to holding staff to a common expectation, but also to be responsible and accountable for one’s management style. How you are being heard by staff and peers can be challenging when reliability is not at the cornerstone of an organization.
- Learn new practical tools to empower teams are the benefits of accountability.
- Learn how accountability produces productivity and provides a confidential framework for success.
- Learn different communicating styles for holding yourself accountable and the pitfalls when accountability is not valued.