"It's not my job." "Tell me what to do." "If only we had the resources." Finger pointing, excuses, and dodging accountability are individual and organizational behaviors that lead to missed goals, unsatisfactory results, and poor performance. Learn how you can rise above the "blame game" and promote a culture of accountability. Your personal and organizational success depends on it. In this workshop, you will: -- discuss benefits and barriers of personal responsibility and accountability;-- identify action steps for increasing individual and organizational accountability;-- learn how to detect the symptoms of victim mentality and the responsibility-avoiding syndrome;-- identify key actions and tools for promoting individual accountability; and-- learn how to implement cultural changes that promote organizational accountability.
(This is part of the Supervisory Skills and Leadership & Management Certificate Programs, but you do not need to enroll in the programs to take this workshop.)
Lynne Richards, MBA, is an author, founder of Leading Generations, a training and leadership development firm, and a member of the National Speakers Assn. She specializes in helping people develop their leadership, supervisory, and training skills. With over 20 years' experience in management and training, she brings a wealth of hands-on, practical experience to the classroom, providing clients with workshops on leadership, supervision, communication, and training design and delivery.