Accountability

Accountability and Ownership

Accountability is one of the fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence. It refers to words being in alignment with actions. Accountability is a state of being rather than a task of doing. How to be accountable for one’s thoughts, behaviors, and actions sets the stage for an accountable workforce. In this course you will learn the stages of accountability, responsible communication. When accountability fails within teams and organizations. Blame and accusation are often used as a smokescreen to accountability. Beyond current job responsibilities, the importance of accountability in all areas of life is essential for establishing healthy boundaries and expectations of others.

  • 1.5 Hours

    AC101Level 1

    for New or First-time Managers
    On Demand

    $135.00

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    The fundamental awareness of accountability looks at job description, management style, teamwork and commitment as the cornerstone of responsibility. Being consistent in work includes being reliable to your team and work responsibilities..

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    Objective

    • Learn healthy boundaries around current job responsibilities with the ability to communicate and follow through in a timely manner. Learn the importance of completing job assignments and performing the duties required to fulfill your job responsibilities.
  • 1.5 Hours

    AC201Level 2

    for High-potential, First-time Managers
    On Demand

    $165.00

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    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.

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    Objective

    • 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.
  • 3 Hours

    AC301Level 3

    for Mid to senior level leaders
    October 12, 2022 3:00 p.m. EST
    November 30, 2022 3:00 p.m. EST
    Clear

    $245.00

    Different people might have different views of what certain work related issues are. Often, we ignore our true interests as we become attached to one solution. Leaders need to understand the interest of all parties and how to manage different accountability styles when issues arise.

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    Objective

    • Focus is on active listening in order to build skills and encourage teams to become better accountability partners.
    • Learn the impact of building communities of accountability so employees continue learning from and problem-solving with their peers.
    • Utilize self awareness practices for building cohesive teams based on accountability.
  • 5 Hours

    AC401Level 4

    for Executives and Senior Leaders
    October 13, 2022 3:00 p.m. EST
    December 1, 2022 3:00 p.m. EST
    Clear

    $345.00

    Being accountable for teams when they meet or fail performance tasks and expectations falls heavily on management. This class teaches leaders how to hold themselves and others accountable for exemplary work, within the timeframe allotted and within the policies of the organization. Setting the bar for higher standards, and pushing the envelope for success can lead to pushback, as well as unprecedented performance.

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    Objective

    • Foster growth of your team by setting an accountability matrix for success.
    • Learn the signs of behavior and subtle defiance of team members who do not regard accountability in the workplace.
    • Learn building trust practices for a committed workforce
  • 5 Hours

    AC501Level 5

    for Executives and Senior Leaders
    October 17, 2022 3:00 p.m. EST
    December 5, 2022 3:00 p.m. EST
    Clear

    $395.00

    Effective leadership requires a culture of accountability. Taking ownership of outcomes and requiring management and staff to do the same is empowering and supportive. accountability leadership creates a reverberation of effectiveness throughout the organization. Ensuring clear responsibilities and duties among staff and managers is critical for accountability to be enforced. Excelling in communication and awareness listening allows others to understand how and when expectations need to be met.

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    Objective

    • Take ownership of issues with an action plan that includes development of accountability skills.
    • Learn communication skills that encourage an accountability mindset.
    • Discern accountability from responsibility and how the two can be enmeshed for a positive outcome as well as confusion.
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Saunderson F.
Rated 5 out of 5
2 months ago

This course has really helped me develop my resilience and now I can see why organizations around the world are investing so much in this skill!

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Callean S.
Rated 5 out of 5
2 months ago

The class helped me so much as a leader. I have noticed an improvement in my team’s productivity, efficiency, morale, and job satisfaction. All in all, I would recommend this course to anyone.

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Crissie B.
Rated 5 out of 5
3 months ago

The class helped to reshape our company structure and make sure that we were working together as a cohesive unit. I’m glad we signed up for the class, because otherwise we would have never been able to take advantage of this opportunity.

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Judy M.
Rated 5 out of 5
3 months ago

I am so glad I took this course. It’s a must for any professional in any field to master the skills of negotiation. If you truly want to be successful, this class will teach you how!