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How do we hold people accountable?

Wednesday, August 17 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Edmonton

15 more seats available

We are excited to welcome you back, in-person at the ATB Entrepreneur Centre for this session! 

 

46-82% of managers have limited or no ability to ‘hold others accountable’.

1 out of 2 managers are ‘soft’ on accountability.

Accountability is your #1 leadership/development need.

Maybe you grapple with some of these issues which affect accountability:
• Roles and Responsibilities are unclear.
• Performance management is demotivating and/or threatening.
• Unrealistic and unclear goals and expectations.
• NO scorecards to measure outcomes.
• People working from home – no visibility, out of your control.

Holding people accountable is not something you ‘Do’ to people. It is a by-product of great leadership and great management.

Are you a business owner or a senior level executive and want to see your business consistently run better and grow faster?
Daryl Mack will deliver a powerful 90-minute workshop session that will introduce you to 5 Leadership Practices and 5 Management Practices that will help you create accountability within your unique organization.

At the conclusion of this short workshop, you will also walk away with a set of simple, practical tools that you and your leadership team will be able to take back into your business and implement immediately.

All in-person events, meetings and gatherings are able to take place but will follow the Government of Alberta COVID-19 public health measures that are in effect as of the date of the event.

Presenter

Daryl Mack

Daryl is an experienced entrepreneur with a passion for helping leaders learn how to run their businesses, build healthy teams, drive growth, and live a balanced life.
Using the EOS Process® and tools, he helps entrepreneurial leaders clarify their vision, become more discipled and accountable, and create healthy and cohesive teams.

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