Course Description

As organizations aim to figure out how to increase productivity with an ever-shrinking workforce, accountability and autonomy have become important terms. Sadly a dominant amount of the conversation around these terms happens as a consequence of something not occurring, just as feedback often only happens when something goes wrong.

What if it was all about a shift in mindset, and employees could work within their informed choice of how they operate, from seeing it to owning it, solving it and doing it. We all have a part to play in every step of the accountability model.

With accountability established, autonomy allows real work to happen. Thus, autonomy sits alongside Mastery and Purpose in Daniel Pink’s breakdown of intrinsic motivation. It’s a perfect pairing; accountability means the real work gets done, and autonomy allows the individual to see it, own it, solve it and do it!

Learner Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define transactional and transformational accountability
  • Explore the accountability model and identify personal influence
  • Create strategies for supportive behaviour and leadership
  • Identify habits that help to build personal accountability
  • Identify habits that build colleague and leader accountability
  • Define autonomy and its necessity in the workplace
  • Create strategies for changing perspectives towards action and empowerment
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