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Everyone Owns the Results Instilling Accountability From Top to Bottom

Topic:
Everyone Owns the Results Instilling Accountability From Top to Bottom
Date:
February 5, 2013 at 12:30 - 1:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Linda Galindo, President(Galindo Consulting, Inc.)
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Description
Everyone Owns the Result: How Leaders Can Instill Accountability from Top to Bottom!

Every time someone in your organization engages in unaccountable behavior, there is a cost. You waste time. You waste money. You move further away from the results you need.

If everyone in your organization isn't fully accountable, who's accountable for that?

When we make agreements with each other to be fully accountable, we are all leaders.

Using the key principles of accountability outlined in "The 85% Solution," this presentation shows leaders (and everyone is a leader) how to teach and model personal accountability. You will learn to:

-Understand what accountability is and the benefits it produces
-Measure exactly how accountable your organization is
-Identify unaccountable behaviors in your organization and learn how to STOP them
-Outline what your accountable organization looks, sounds and feels like
-Learn the key agreements that people within organizations must make with each other to instill complete accountability from top to bottom

The 85% Solution: How Personal Accountability Guarantees Success – No Nonsense, No Excuses is Galindo's "accountability primer." The book offers a re-framed approach to accountability – inviting everyone to understand that to be effective as a leader there has to be personal accountability. Leaders shift their internal voice from one of victim to one of total owner, whether results are good or bad, and expect their followers to do the same. Galindo says, "Leaders – and ultimately their followers – internalize 'it starts with me.' At that point an honest conversation about success can begin."

Everyone Owns the Result: How Leaders Can Instill Accountability Top to Bottom


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Who Should Participate
Human Resources, Leaders
What You Will Learn
  • Understand what accountability is and the benefits it produces
  • Measure exactly how accountable your organization is
  • Identify unaccountable behaviors in your organization and learn how to STOP them
  • Outline what your accountable organization looks, sounds and feels like
  • Learn the key agreements that people within organizations must make with each other to instill complete accountability from top to bottom
Recommended Resources
  • "The 85% Solution"
  • "Way to Grow"
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Performance Management
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Linda Galindo
Galindo Consulting, Inc.

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"As a long time advocate of Linda Galindo's unique R&A message I always get re-inspired from a different direction every time I attend one of her presentations. What resonated with me today was ""You are still accountable whether or not others hold you accountable"". That realism was always there in the back of my mnd but today she framed it in a way that truly hit home. Thanks Linda!" 5 / 5
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Great webinar. I learned quite a bit from this one and hope to continue learning how to hold myself more accountable. Thank you for the invitation. 5 / 5
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"I appreciated that Ms. Galindo shared a lot of ""how to's"" and key points" 5 / 5
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I found it very difficult and painful to listen to this speaker; she rambled and the only slide I found to be engaging was the one one on clear communication. If her purpose was to provide a mthodoloy for building accountability her materials andpresentation did not contribute very effectively to that goal; i.e. at the end a question was on the first step to introduce accountability. If others felt the same way the speaker might benefit by listening to her presentation with a coach. 2 / 5
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Please make slides available 24 hours in advance so that we can print them. Thanks! 3 / 5
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Thank you. 5 / 5
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the lessons of this system have vastly improved my organization. I recommend this to everybody. 5 / 5
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