Accountability isn’t new. In the days of old, if there was just one soldier who broke the battle line, it could mean life or death. While we’re not fighting battles in workplaces, people still need to be accountable to expectations, goals and outcomes. It is the leader’s responsibility to make sure these are clear and that each person is contributing their share.
What leaders will explore
- ‘Above the line’ and ‘below the line’ thinking
- The link between clarity and accountability
- Real-time check ins and feedback
Resistance, stubbornness and ‘blind spots’
- Peer to peer accountability: empowered teams
What leaders will apply
- A technique for instilling self-accountability
- An ability to clarify expectations, goals and outcomes
- Checking-in and following up with feedback
- Strategies for getting to the actual truth
- Safe culture for teams to hold each other accountable
Ben is a natural connector with the ability to allow individuals and groups to feel comfortable and create a safe space. His life experiences and learnings were beautifully weaved throughout the session.