BES: Lack of Accountability Kills Productivity & Engagement - Here's what to do about it.
Business Education Series: Lack of Accountability Kills Productivity & Engagement - Here's what to do about it.
In this BES, we will discuss why holding people accountable is so important to productivity and engagement. And why it can be so hard to do.
We discuss the three main things that make holding people accountable difficult.
Changing Leadership Styles
Addressing Issues seen as a Difficult Conversation, that people want to avoid
Lack of clarity around who is accountable for what
We will address each of these challenges and give you things to do to overcome them.
The course will cover:
How to define accountability in a way that is clear
How to lead by example with accountability
How to identify the root cause of the poor performance
How to address the poor performance in a way that motivates folks to do better
Join us if you want to improve how you hold people accountable.
About the speaker: Gretchen Richards, Dynamic Business Capabilities
Gretchen Richards has worked with growing businesses for decades helping them with practical management practices for building teams, corporate practices and quality service delivery. She has worked for technology, consulting and professional services, government contracting, and financial services companies. She now runs Dynamic Business Capabilities, a management consulting firm dedicated to helping small to mid-size companies improve "how their business does their business" so they can lift their business to the next level.
Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support: Series Silver Sponsors Fairfax County Economic Development Authority and MillerMusmar, CPAs.
The INCspire Education Foundation is proud to present the Business Education Series (BES). Chamber member professionals, INCspire, and Chamber staff offer ongoing workshops in their areas of expertise to our members as well as the general business community. These workshops are designed to support business growth and cover a variety of topics!
Are you a current Chamber member interested in leading a BES workshop? Contact Carrie Pulliam at 703.707.9045 or email her at CarrieP@restonchamber.org.