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In Personal Accountability, participants will learn...

  • Define personal accountability and what it means in the workplace
  • Assess your accountability characteristics
  • Discuss the key elements of personal accountability
  • Identify strategies for improving your personal accountability
  • Discuss workplace and individual joint accountability expectations

Being accountable in business means taking responsibility for meeting your objectives, including deadlines and work targets and communicating effectively with internal and external clients. Being accountable is an important component of good business etiquette and demonstrates your attitude of professionalism.

While it can be difficult at times, being accountable for delivering on your objectives shows you are reliable, organized and dedicated to your work and to the people around you. This course will introduce you to the importance of personal accountability and outline strategies for developing a personal accountability formula to help you succeed.

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    Defining personal accountability

    • What is personal accountability?
    • Do you know how personally accountable you are? Take the accountability assessment
    • The difference between attitude and behavior when it comes to work
    • Thinking: Results of your internal dialogue
    • The importance of emotional intelligence when demonstrating personal accountability
    • Personal accountability: The ME factor

    Key elements of personal accountability

    • Understand the accountability ladder to recognize “victim thinking”
    • Eliminating the blame game
    • The role of self-efficacy in personal accountability
    • What is meant by self-regulation? Be the best version of you
    • Procrastination—wait and hope is not a good strategy
    • Why setting goals can help you increase your accountability

    Improving personal accountability

    • Steps to increase personal accountability
    • Ask good questions to get a desired outcome
    • How to seek feedback and act on what you hear
    • Replacing cognitive distortions with accurate thinking
    • How to say “no” without explanations or guilt

    Following through: Your team responsibilities

    • Joint accountability: The dynamics of working together
    • The bedrock of accountability begins and ends with an organization’s business ethics
    • How to break down department silos
    • Why personal accountability is vital to your team’s success
    • Improving accountability when assigning work