INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY FOR LEADERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
We all have a 'common sense' notion of what is meant by 'accountability', yet it has remaind elusive in practice. Our program provides the tools for enacting accountability in meaningful and practical ways.
Creating Accountability in Communites
Improved accountability in an organization or institution, is a critical foundation for growth and stability. We all have a 'common sense' notion of what is meant by 'accountability', yet it has remaind elusive in practice. Our program provides the tools for enacting accountability in meaningful and practical ways.
Leadership is critical to workplace accountability because the actions of a leader determine the environment in which employees will either thrive or languish. When leaders fail to create a culture that encourages and rewards accountability, it cannot and will not exist.
SIMPLE: Set expectations; Invite Commitment; Measure Progress; Provide Feedback; Link to Consequences; and Evaluate Effectiveness
Understanding Leadership Styles, inspire others to Follow and Mobilizing Accomplishments of Goals
The 8 Elements in Accountable Organizations
Customization of content to meet community needs
Flexible scheduling to support traditional calendars (feasts and food harvesting)
In community training; trainers travel to customer sites
What is an “Accountable” Organization?
Staff who understand the Potential of Accountable People and Develop Emotional Intelligence
We will achieve this by:
Understanding: define Accountability and why accountability is needed
Potential: define and succeed working with an Accountable delegation and Customer/Client Service
Accountability Agreement: How to be Accountable and Holding others to be Accountable
Goals: design and inspire achievable and deliverable goals