Execution and Accountability: The Contract to Do Great Work

$100.00
  • Summary:
    Accomplishing tasks and holding employees responsible for completing them is tricky business. It sometimes feels easier to do everything yourself, but never the best long-term course for you or the organization.
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    Accountability is one of the most misunderstood parts of leadership. It's tricky to balance delegating, execution and motivation, but this workshop will help you gain the necessary skills.

Accomplishing tasks and holding employees responsible for completing them is tricky business. It sometimes feels easier to do everything yourself, but that's never the best long-term course for you or your organization.

Accountability is one of the most misunderstood skills in business. It is a way to invoke the commitment to do great work and the skills to build that contract. Effective execution demands accountability, which begins by holding yourself to the same standard. Showing leadership means helping everyone contribute and learn (even if nobody thanks you for it).

Participants in this Business of People® workshop will learn the skills necessary to drive and teach great execution. In addition, you will learn why nagging, repetition, overpolicing and driving execution instead of figuring out what needs to change is a circle of frustration.

Bring your accountability issues to the workshop and explore them with your classmates so you can take home solutions to help your career. 

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