Accountability For Supervisors And Managers
When : Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Time : 01 : 00 PM EST
Duration : 60 Minutes
Bob Mason works with companies that want supervisors and managers who are more effective leaders leading more productive teams. During a 30-year U.S. Air Force career in aircraft maintenance and combat rescue, he was fortunate to learn leadership working for and with great leaders. He had many opportunities to lead ever larger and more complex teams, eventually commanding four different squadrons, including the Air Force's largest munitions squadron. He has studied leadership extensively, but more importantly has been there, working with real people, making hard decisions, and experiencing the results. Now Bob concentrates on developing leadership skills in the backbone of any company – supervisors, and managers.
Bob is a
professional speaker, a Past President of the New Mexico chapter of the
National Speakers Association, the author of four books on leadership,
and co-founder of The Daedalus Group. He lives in Albuquerque, New
Mexico where he and his wife enjoy hiking and exploring Southwestern
Good leaders understand they are accountable for their team's actions as well as their own. But what does it mean to be accountable? This webinar examines the implications of supervisory accountability and provides techniques for accepting responsibility while also holding their teams accountable.
- Why accountability is important
- Signs of an accountability failure
- How to develop an accountability culture
- Specific areas of accountability
- Some complications to an accountability culture
- Conflict and Accountability
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
Supervisors, Managers, and anyone else with responsibility for the actions of others.
Why Should You Attend
you are shift supervisors, team leader, manager, or more senior leader,
you are responsible and accountable for what your team does – or
doesn’t do. Understanding that makes you a good leader, but recognizing
the signs of accountability issues and knowing ways to avoid them will
make you an even more effective leader.