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Creating A Culture of Accountability

See It, Own It, Solve It, and Do It.

Steps leaders can take to build a positive culture that reinforces personal and organizational ownership necessary for achieving results.

Creating a Culture of Accountability
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Accountability is a frustrating topic for many leaders and business owners. Despite careful hiring practices, well-designed employment policies, and digital monitoring, accountability remains puzzling. Why do some employees take accountability for their actions and others don't? Holding others accountable isn't easy, but it significantly impacts your leadership and business results. An organizational culture of accountability is architected. It doesn't just happen.

During this workshop, leaders will learn how to recognize and effectively apply five psychological levers for creating workplace accountability: attribution, observation, obligation, and consequences. You will also use a tool to assess the current degree of accountability in your company culture and identify specific actions that will best drive accountability.

Who should attend?

  • Leaders and managers who are curious about creating a culture of accountability.

  • Leaders and managers who are skeptical of the degree of accountability in their culture.

Why you want to learn it?

Every business is vulnerable to threats. But too few businesses and leaders stop to consider the possibility of becoming irrelevant. Harnessing the potential of company growth takes well-equipped leaders. 

"If you believe that training is expensive, it is because you do not know what ignorance costs." Leboeuf

Well-equipped leadership makes a difference. Here is how:


  • Team Performance: Several research studies have investigated the connection between the leader and business performance. Studies have demonstrated that effective leadership improves follower performance and promotes higher business results, follower job satisfaction, and follower organizational commitment.

  • Innovation and Creativity: Evidence suggests that leadership is essential for driving innovation in a company. A study involving over 400 executives from 48 companies connected strategy and innovation performance directly with good leadership habits.

  • Trust and Change: Studies have demonstrated that the level of trust in leadership directly correlates to employee retention, organizational commitment, and support for organizational change. Furthermore, when executives build trust, evidence suggests that organizational change readiness increases.

  • Internal Communication & Relationships: Words shape worlds. Studies have revealed that influential leaders enhance two-way communication, creativity, collaboration, job attitudes, and organizational commitment.

  • Leadership Transitions: Leadership transitions, whether successful or not, are costly. Evidence suggests that, on average, 35% of internally promoted executives fail, and direct reports spend 10-20% of their time helping a new leader transition. Successful leadership transitions increase company revenue, have 13% lower attrition rates, and are 90% more likely to achieve long-term performance goals. Leadership development is a leadership transition acceleration tool.

Want to personalize or bring Creating a Culture of Accountability training to your business?


US $275

Date & Time (EDT)

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Railside Golf Club - Alder Room

2500 76th St. SW
Byron Center, MI 49315



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More Details

Lunch is included in the registration price.

Early Bird Special: Save $50 if purchased 2 weeks before the event start date.

Questions? Interested in training your team of 10 or more? Fill out our contact form to get started.


At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize the attributes of a culture of accountability.

  2. Assess the degree of accountability in the culture.

  3. Apply five psychological levers for creating a culture of accountability: attribution, observation, obligation, and consequences.

How it will help you

A recent CEO benchmarking report found that nearly one in five CEOs surveyed identified holding others accountable as their greatest weakness, and almost as many struggled with letting go of underperformers. Holding employees accountable is difficult for leaders, even when they are responsible to others for business results.

Evidence from various studies links employee accountability to:

  • Job satisfaction

  • Motivation

  • Stress

  • Ethical behavior

  • Job performance

  • Discretionary effort

  • Does the Life-Changing Leadership Mastermind work for any industry?
    Yes! the Life-Changing Leadership Mastermind will work for any industry, and our one-to one coaching ensures you get the help you need to apply the leadership frameworks to your specific business and industry.
  • How much does it cost?
    Life-Changing Leadership Mastermind is a one-time purchase of $2,795 or monthly of $699 for 6 months.
  • Can I go through at a different pace?
    The Life-Changing Leadership Mastermind is run as a single cohort and as such we all progress through the content at a reasonable pace together.
  • How will I interact with others in the Life-Changing Leadership Mastermind community?
    Enrolling in Life-Changing Leadership Mastermind gives you exclusive access to a VIP community. Post questions and comment on others’ posts to get real-time support from other leaders committed to building better leadership habits. The Mastermind community is designed to support you as you build your development plan and build Life-Changing Leadership Habits.


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