Because businesses operate at high velocity, many executives neglect high-level goals until board meetings or annual reviews; by then it's too late to create results.
Through the Accountability Program, you will shift your staff out of a reactionary state and teach them sustainable methodologies for creating day-to-day tasks, all based on the organization’s Strategic Team Plan. Individuals will learn to course correct with a high level of integrity and stop playing the blame game. Managers and leaders will learn how to effectively address defensiveness that occurs when objectives get off track.
Draft an Accountability Program Plan
- Draft an Accountability Program Plan that includes how and when the team will report results, share documents, conduct accountability meetings, and provide ongoing coaching.
Complete the Accountability Program Session
- Finalize the Accountability Program Plan and build it into the rhythm of the business calendar.
- Pre-schedule accountability meetings for the year including weekly meetings with bosses, weekly meetings with direct reports, monthly team meetings, and quarterly management meetings.
Coach Leaders to Conduct Accountability Meetings
- Managers and leaders learn a proven McGhee format for holding accountability meetings, which enables them to empower their staff to be accountable.
Roll Out the Accountability Program to the Staff
- Managers and leaders learn how to roll out the Accountability Program to their organization, division, or team.
To ensure that the infrastructure you have established with the Accountability Program becomes a sustainable part of your organization despite organizational restructuring, the next step is Cascading and Sustaining your Objective Accountability Program.
Paul Gubbay- Sr. Director of Engineering
"This course profoundly changed the way I work. During recent performance reviews, I got the same comment from several of my direct reports: 'I appreciate working with somebody who is on top of the issues and doesn’t let the details go by'"
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