Accountability training course teaches team members the skills and knowledge in creating a culture of accountability. Accountability is accepting responsibility for our own actions. To be accountable, individuals must align themselves with the values, competencies, and strategies of the organization. Accountability helps ensure every member of the team does their part without relying on others to finish their task for them.

In order to promote accountability in the workplace, set short term and long term goals for the company and let every team member know what they are accountable for. Communicate how each individual's contribution impact the success of the company. Give feedbacks and updates with their tasks. Leaders who focus on the team's progress and give feedbacks help members convey what stops them from fulfilling goals while growing in the role.

Accountability in the workplace

⏳ Time duration: 0.5 day
? Location: Virtual
?? Language: English

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What will you accomplish?

In this course you will learn:

  • Explain responsibility and empowerment.
  • Rate yourself and your team on the PowerMeter
  • Discuss the Account-Able Choice
  • Identify obstacles to being accountable
  • Speak the language of empowerment and accountability
  • Apply a five-step model to create accountability in others


Who is this course for?

Take this course if you feel your team’s accountability needs some improvement. It will allow your company to make some positive changes to the workplace culture and it will increase productivity as well. 

To learn more about accountability, please check this article, as well as this P2l blog.

In the Forbes article, "Accountability and the roles we all play" the author makes a distinction between accountability and responsibility. "In leadership, accountability is often used interchangeably with responsibility, but they are not quite the same. You can give someone responsibility, but they have to choose to be accountable — you can’t compel someone to do it. Accountability is about going the extra mile, but it’s up to the assignee to step up and to follow through"

Click this link to read the full article.