W112 - Don’t Hold People Accountable—Develop Accountable People

Wed, May 22 | 8:15 AM - 9:30 AM | Room: 204, Convention Center

When it comes to performance management, 95 percent of employees are dissatisfied with their company's performance evaluation process. This session, led by the author of a bestselling book on transforming work culture, reveals the power of mindset and how it drives self-accountable behaviors. You will also learn how to meet high-performance standards through a self-accountability model that employees actually like.

Application on the Job:
Discover how most attempts to hold people accountable mutually reinforce a self-focused mindset.
Explore strategies to improve performance management for both managers and direct reports.
Apply a model that invites and sustains self-accountability.

Type: Education Session

Tracks: Management

Learning Approaches: Core Topic

Topics: Accountability (Performance Management, Delegation, Development Planning), Collaboration (Teamwork, Collaboration, Trust, Knowledge-sharing, Culture)

Target Audiences: All Talent Development Professionals, Director/Manager

Session Services: NOT Recorded


Speakers

Mitch Warner

Mitch Warner

Managing Partner | Author

Arbinger Institute