Having a culture of accountability is essential to any organization in order to have effective execution. Without it, deadlines can be missed, quality may suffer, and conflicts between individuals and groups could occur.
We naturally look to the leader to hold people accountable. But what if people held themselves accountable? How much easier and more effective would it be in an organization? In addition, having the leader “hold” people accountable doesn’t appear very motivational. In fact, it seems more authoritarian than participative.
In this webinar we will explore the behaviors of self-accountability and how to create an environment where people see the value of holding themselves accountability … as a means to develop themselves as well as to create their brand.
- Recognize the value of shifting from “The leader needs to hold their people accountable” to “I (the employee) need to step up and hold myself accountable”
- Learn the behaviors that define/demonstrate Self-Accountability (BRAND model)
- Recognize the fallacy behind certain phrases and their relationship to Self-Accountability
- Learn how to instill Self-Accountability in others (3 Rs)
We hope you can join us for a little mental afternoon stretch and learn together!
Mark Spool is president of Management Development Solutions, a consulting firm specializing in leadership development including executive coaching and 360-degree feedback. Mark has over 40 years’ experience, working both internally and externally.
Mark’s breadth of consulting experience includes companies in finance, manufacturing, food & beverage, retail, and oil & chemical, as well as family-owned businesses, government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations. Mark has also held management positions in ARCO Chemical Company, Payless ShoeSource and Marathon Oil Company.
Mark holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Michigan State University. He is the lead judge for the HR Department of the Year and the CEO of the Year Awards, is a Baldrige certified examiner for the Delaware Quality Award, and has been an instructor at Penn State and Villanova Universities. He was recently nominated for HR Consultant of the Year.
Tim FitzPatrick is a Senior Advisor at Velocity Advisory Group that coaches leaders on how to build cultures where employees can do their best work. Tim is passionate about making academic research accessible to senior leaders who want to improve themselves and their teams. He is a critical thinker in change management, growth mindset, and workplace assessments. Tim earned his master’s degree in Management & Leadership from Immaculata University.
Tim is a sought-after speaker who inspires. He is active in the Philadelphia talent and development community and lives in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Most of his free time is spent getting outside with his family and corralling his young daughter.