3 sub-skills + 3 conversations + 3 daily habits
20 min. per week
Holding yourself and others accountable is a 'meta-skill' or what we call a 'make or break' skill that makes all other skills work. Time management? You need to stick to your own planning and count on others to do the same. Leadership? You need to deliver results and lead others to do the same. Effective meetings? You get the picture.
In this program, you will reflect on what it means to hold yourself or others accountable. Is it about speaking up? Being trustworthy? Delivering results? Upholding the team values? Or all of the above? Once you have identified what to hold yourself and others accountable for, there are two other key questions: To what extent are you accountable? What are you accountable for and what not? And then ultimately, how can you build maturity in your areas of responsibility so that you can achieve higher levels of accountability?
Build new skills the smart way
Learn the basics, have insightful conversations, and use evidence-based daily habits to reinforce the fundamental sub-skills necessary for mastery:
#PDCAcycle #DemingCycle #ProcessMaturityLevels
#BrenéBrown #MollieWestDuffy #SelectiveVulnerability
Reflect on where you currently stand and discover the practical components necessary for mastery of this skill.
The skill is broken down into 3 essential sub-skills, each of which is the focus of one learning workout. You'll do 1 workout every 2 weeks over the next 6 weeks.
Talk about it
Have an insightful conversation with your colleagues about how to implement each sub-skill in your day-to-day.
Along with each workout, design your own micro-habit to start putting your learning into practice on a daily basis.
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