Employee accountability is a notion that relates to the obligation that workers have to their employers as well as the goals and objectives of their organization. Accountability on the part of employees is vital in the workplace because it contributes to developing a culture that values trust and collaboration and guarantees that everyone is working in the same direction toward the same objectives. This may include fulfilling deadlines, maintaining ethical standards, and contributing to a productive work environment.
Participants will learn what accountability is, how to promote it within an organization, and how to become more responsible for themselves and others due to participating in this training. Participants will be taught how to analyze their levels of accountability, evaluate their current level of responsibility, and formulate activities that may be taken to increase their levels of accountability. You can take on a more responsible leadership role as a manager or an individual contributor. This is excellent training for you to participate in if you need to increase employee accountability in your organization.
• Determine what constitutes personal and organizational accountability.
• Describe the steps that people must take to become accountable.
• Develop accountability skills such as goal setting, offering and receiving feedback, and delegation.
• Identify approaches to increase ownership in your company.