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Accountability is essential in the workplace. Without it, no one has true ownership of projects or real responsibility for task outcomes. People may become uneasy and hesitant to work with others when there is no accountability and transparency at work—as anything goes when no one is culpable. Individuals who go through accountability training are better able to develop positive relationships, feel a sense of accomplishment and improve personal productivity, all with less stress. They will also develop skills to hold others accountable for agreements in a way that minimizes conflict and encourages improved results.
HRDQ offers a range of accountability training materials to help you build a culture of accountability in your organization.
Promoting Accountability in The Workplace
Creating a culture of accountability can be tough, but every organization has the responsibility of doing so in order to create a better workplace for their employees. An accountable workplace will drive success and create happier employees, as everyone knows what they are responsible for and who they have to answer to. People who go through accountability training are also proven to have a more positive experience with their peers at work.
There are a few things that leaders in the workplace can do to ensure accountability is taking place. The first step towards creating a culture of accountability within an organization is to define clear expectations and results. The leadership team should make the objectives clear to all managers and employees from the bottom to the top ranks. Everyone should be aware of the company’s mission and purpose. Goals should be clearly set and communicated, and ways to meet these goals should be discussed with the entire organization.
Demand Joint Accountability
Next, management should demand joint accountability for results. Everyone must know what they're working for and how their involvement pushes the organization forward. It is impossible for anyone to think they have done their job if the joint effort has not achieved its targeted result. If everyone reports on their part of a project, everyone will know where they are in the process of achieving goals. Employees should also know what the consequences are if mistakes are made when they are performing their tasks.
Managers should make accountability training a part of their team's normal way of operating. They should talk about it, share ideas, come to a common consensus about what accountability means in the workplace, and then use that as a foundation everyone works from as they make accountability an organizational goal.
Improve Your Training
Accountability training can help managers and employees become more responsible and liable for their own work and the work of the group as a whole. There are many accountability training course materials available at HRDQ that can help you build a responsible culture. Use these training materials to improve company processes and build a management team comprised of reliable leaders.
Accountability at Work Customizable Course
The 85% Solution: How Personal Accountability Guarantees Success--No Nonsense, No Excuses
Accountability That Works! - DVD (DS)
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