What is accountability? How can it help address problems and missed opportunities in the workplace? To answer these questions, we have developed two online Path to Performance (P2P) courses with leadership expert Jason Womack. The first targets all employees, while the second is specifically aimed at managers and leaders.
If you want to become a more accountable employee or leader and contribute to a culture of accountability, then this course is for you.
Two actionable courses for increasing individual and collective accountability
- Contribute to an Accountable Workplace Culture
If you feel that accountability is about assigning blame, this course will show you where you may be coming up short. It explains what accountability really means, how you can live up to it, and how the right mindset can help you tackle challenges head-on and go much further in your career.
- Develop a Culture of Accountability
As a leader or manager, you must of course be accountable. And it goes without saying that you want your employees to strive for this as well. Real accountability, however, should come out of an inner drive that you cannot simply impose on others. This course shows what the concept of accountability means, how you can live up to it, and how to instill it as a natural reflex in your team’s culture.
The courses feature a wealth of stories, ideas, tips, activities, and tools to help you become truly accountable and help your colleagues do the same!
Jason W. Womack is an international speaker and leadership coach. He is the CEO and founder of The Jason Womack Company, whose mission is to guide companies and their employees to be more productive, accountable, and successful. He is dedicated to helping individual contributors, entrepreneurs, and executives work effectively and efficiently to ensure they have the time, energy, and focus to achieve more both in work and in life. He is the author of Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More, in which he offers techniques to incrementally and consistently improve performance. More recently, he published Get Momentum: How to Start When You’re Stuck, co-written with his wife Jodi Womack. In this book, they share a powerful and personalized process for improving your life and advancing your career.