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Holding employees accountable from a distance- out of sight out of mind
3 August 2020 |1:00 pm - 2:00 pm BST
Key Take Away:
Accountability, done effectively, is a skill you can develop just like any other skill, and while it is not a difficult skill to acquire and hone, it does require a high degree of conscious effort.
Have you ever wondered how to make people accountable? There’s really no such thing as “making” people takes ownership, but there are some things you can do that will help foster accountability when your employees are out of your sight.
Why Should You Attend:
You might think that being accountable means you’re the one who gets blamed when things go wrong. In fact, accountability is about helping people to take responsibility for their obligations. It’s up to you to make sure your remote team knows what they are supposed to do and that they have what they need to get the job done even when out of sight.
Areas Covered in the Session:
• Definition of accountability
• Challenges to Holding Employees Accountable
• Your Role
• Take Control of Your Own Work
• Effective Delegation
• Communication- Offering Feedback
• Holding One on One Virtual Meetings
• Eliminate Excuses
• Setting Benchmarks
Speaker: Audrey Halpern
Audrey Halpern is a soft skills training facilitator consultant with 20+ years of experience. Audrey is currently a faculty member of the American Management Association where she trains communication skills.
Tags: Accountability, Challenges to Holding Employees Accountable, communicate effectively, communication, Communication Skills, Control Team, Dealing With Difficult People, Definition of accountability, Effective Delegation, Eliminate Excuses, employee accountability, employees accountable, get work done, handle difficult people, Holding employees accountable from a distance, Leadership Effectiveness, Leadership Style, Manage Conflict, Managing conflict, model to communicate, Monitor Progress, Offering Feedback, overcome conflict, Prioritizing Tasks, Setting Benchmarks, situation handling, Stay In Touch, Take Control of Your Own Work, Team Performance, Time Management, Virtual Leadership, Virtual Meetings, Virtual Team Success, Workplace Leadership