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Building an Accountability Culture hosted by Jeff Tetz - December 2019

Tuesday December 17th, 2019
One Hour

Zoom Webinar
10am Hawaii Time, Noon Pacific, 1pm Mountain, 2pm Central, 3pm Eastern

Join us in December for our last webinar of the year, Building an Accountability Culture hosted by Jeff Tetz. As an IEA member you can attend for free.

Jeff is a member of the Edmonton Executives Association and a Partner at Results Canada. Jeff is passionate about inspiring people to build great companies. He joined Results in 2011 to lead the Edmonton expansion and has since seen the firm grow into one of Western Canada’s fastest growing boutique consulting firms. Today, as part of the ownership group, he helps oversee a team of consultants who help mid-sized companies transform from good to great. Jeff has almost 20 years of experience in leadership roles that include roles with the Edmonton Oilers and Eskimos. He also spent over ten years coaching elite hockey including time in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He also serves on the board of the Edmonton Executive Association and is the founder of Santa YEG, an organization focused on clothing and feeding Edmonton’s homeless population during the winter months.

Mastering personal workflow is a foundational skill set for all employees, but particularly leaders if they are to achieve a culture of accountability. In this seminar, we will consider: the fundamental workflow of management and delegation as essential management skills; the reality of our work environment and how without the right tools and processes we are destined for failure; and best practices for managing inputs, priorities, and communications to create a culture of accountability. By applying these approaches, you will be able to keep promises, execute on the highest priorities, and achieve greater balance with less stress. Where a culture of accountability exists, great things happen:

  1. People are more responsible for their own work and they feel accountable to their teammates for results.
  2. Poor performers feel pressure to improve not just from their supervisor, but from their peers.
  3. Potential problems are quickly identified by critiquing one another's ideas and approaches.
  4. Respect among team members is enhanced because everyone is held to the same standard of performance.
  5. Excessive bureaucracy around performance management is avoided.
  6. Individuals and teams feel energized and mobilized to deliver outstanding results

Building on the work of Pat Lencioni and John Spence, this session will provide insight, tips and process for building and maintaining a culture of accountability in your organization. Leave with an organizational accountability assessment tool that you can apply in your own organizations.