Our work comes with significant accountability measures. How do we effectively set goals and expectations for our teams, and hold ourselves and others accountable for success? In this session, you will learn how to take your accountability measures, create challenging goals and break those goals up into manageable steps, create commitment and buy-in, and hold others accountable with clear feedback.
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Mar 27, 2019 (8am-4:30pm)
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Accountability is the soil that feeds our growth. How we demonstrate accountability to each other is the KEY DRIVER of excellence. When we serve each other first, magic happens – better serving the customer and the bottom line all the more. We remain convinced that mutual accountability is the answer to improving performance, achieving results and building positive morale at every level in the organization.
How clear are people on what it is they need to do in their jobs on a day-to-day basis?
How clear are people on why these things must be done in terms of business results and strategies?
To what degree are people clear on when and how to work with other departments so that our pieces to the puzzle fit together as desired?
Our efforts will center on leaders that need to increase the level of personal and organizational accountability in how we work together to do what we need to do.
Leaders will learn to:
– Explore 3 key essentials to get others to practice MUTUAL accountability
– Practice the 4 steps to make capture agreement to action
– Create a clear PAGE for others with 4 simple steps
– Employ the ABCs of influencing others
Michael has been a facilitator with the Xavier Leadership Center for many years. He specializes in helping people and businesses learn and develop together to set and meet organizational goals. Mike provides invigorating programs in leadership development, team effectiveness, and personal performance. His inspiring and dynamic facilitation style energizes clients to maintain enthusiasm and effectively apply their learning to meet the practical challenges they face every day.
In both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, Mike has directed Human and Systems Development efforts for small, large, and multinational companies. He has served as Director of Experiential Programs, and currently chairs the Experiential Training and Development Alliance, WEB Education Tools. For seven years Mike was the Director of Organizational Learning for Joy Outdoor Education Center, near Cincinnati, where he provided the leadership to initiate a full-service consulting operation, doubling base revenues and tripling the client base.
Mike earned his Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Psychology/Quality of Work Life from Bowling Green State University. His publications include articles in the "Book of Metaphors, II" for the Association of Experiential Education, and "Getting Teams on the Same Page." Mike has also produced the manuals Managing Conflict, Team Alignment Process®, Creating Shared Vision, Developing Strategic Plans, and Quality Team Processes and Leadership.