A glance at recent headlines reveals that organizations often succeed – or fail – as a result of individual accountability. There is a pervasive and urgent need to help people recognize and accept responsibility for their actions and the impact on business results. In this one-day workshop you will explore how to overcome the “blame game” and other obstacles that hinder individual accountability and ultimately performance and productivity. You will learn positive, proactive techniques to move individuals from a victim mindset to acknowledging reality to achieving and owning successful results.
The course meets the requirements of Government Code 19995.4(c) of 20-hours of continuing professional education biennially for all levels of supervisors in state service.
• Recognize the fear factors associated with accountability
• Identify the behaviors that enable individual accountability
• Learn how to create an environment that supports collective accountability
• Practice and apply tools that engender responsibility and ownership for outcomes