About Accountability in the Workplace
Accountability in the workplace refers to the fact that all employees are responsible for their own actions, behaviors, performance and decisions. Accountability is linked to increased commitment to the organization and employee morale, which leads to enhanced performance. Accountability in the workplace means taking initiative and always doing the right things for the success of the organization. It’s about taking responsibility for results and not assuming it’s someone else’s responsibility.
About this Course
This course offers the information, tools, and strategies that successful companies use to empower their people to consistently work towards achieving the benefits of accountability. Accountable employees drive performance and productivity to create an increasingly thriving workplace.
Accountability in the Workplace Course Outline
1. Getting Started
2. What is Accountability?
3. Creating an Accountable Workplace
4. The C's of Accountability
5. Building Ownership
6. Accountability in Leadership
7. The Power of Goal-Setting
8. Feedback as a Tool
9. Effective Delegation
10. Barriers to Accountability
11. The Benefits of Accountability
12. Wrapping Up
About LMS Portals
At LMS Portals, we provide our clients and partners with a SaaS-based, multi-tenant Learning Management System that allows you to launch and manage any number or private learning environments (portals) to support multiple unique training audiences. Each portal you launch includes a Rapid Course Development engine, along with the support tools you need for user onboarding, learning path management, certificate generation, analytics, and more.
We also offer a Corporate Training Library of more than 130 comprehensive courses for workplace training and employee development.