Our award-winning public workshops establish a cornerstone of personal accountability, great leadership, healthy culture, intelligent strategy, and whole-hearted execution in individuals and organizations.
“A personal choice to rise above one’s circumstances and demonstrate the ownership necessary for achieving desired results: to See It, Own It, Solve It, Do It®.”
– The Oz Principle
Join leaders across the globe who are achieving sustained results by Creating a Culture of Accountability®.
70% of organizations say their change management efforts are currently lacking a simple and effective model that people at all levels can use.
52% of workers feel that their greatest concern lies in others holding them accountable and the lack of consistency in approach and delegation of the expectation.
83% of workers identify accountability as the link to achieving results.
Accountability, Leadership, Culture
Drive Measurable Results Through Accountability
Our Accountability Builder training and consulting program instills positive accountability across all levels of your workforce. Based on the classic New York Times bestselling business book, The Oz Principle, our award-winning approach motivates and empowers individuals using our powerful Steps to Accountability®. The concepts, models, and tools presented in this program equips the individuals in your organization with a powerful skill set that gives you a sustainable competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Develop Your Leaders with Accountability
Leadership development continues to be a major area of focus for organizations today. As we’ve worked in the leadership space for nearly three decades, we found that one of the key challenges in developing tomorrow’s leaders or strengthening current ones deals with the manner and method in which they hold others accountable. We’ve created a process to evaluate an individual’s manner and designed a framework that any upcoming or existing leader can follow that helps to ensure that everyone is held accountable in the same way and facilitates the successful execution of Key Expectations.
Accelerate. Enhance. Create a Culture of Accountability®
Change management can be difficult, in fact, 70% of organizations say their change management efforts are currently lacking a simple and effective model that people at all levels can use. Lead Culture greatly facilitates change management efforts in a way that is effective, meaningful, and embraced by leadership and the workforce alike.
Power UP Your Sales Approach
Sales professionals are frequently driven to produce more. All the furious activity in the world accomplishes little if you don’t confront the single biggest obstacle to increase sales and sustain customer value – the customer belief. Experience this simple, yet powerful approach that focuses on understanding the customer beliefs that drive their sales behavior. Belief Based Selling guides sales teams to delve deeper into the customer experience by first understanding customer held beliefs.
Get some powerful tips on how to hold the people you depend on accountable in a way that motivates and produces results.
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Accountability Builder Micro Workshop
Leadership Builder Micro Workshop
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The Oz Principle
Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability
The Oz Principle is the groundbreaking work that demonstrated the vital role of accountability in the achievement of business results and the improvement of both individual and organizational performance. With more than a half-million copies sold, The Oz Principle has emerged as one of the most influential and useful business ideas of recent times.
Change the Culture, Change the Game
The Breakthrough Strategy for Energizing Your Organization and Creating Accountability for Results
Mastering the ability to accelerate culture change is an essential core competency for every leader who wants to keep his or her organization competitive and focused. The New York Times bestselling book Change the Culture, Change the Game offers the definitive guide for developing this leadership competency and is based upon a methodology that is used by some of the most successful and admired companies in the world.
How Did That Happen?
Holding People Accountable for Results the Positive, Principled Way
Over the past two decades, Partners In Leadership has worked with clients’ intent on meeting the high expectations of their marketplace, shareholders, customers, and all the other stakeholders. As they have helped companies of all types and sizes cash in on the organizational currency of accountability, they have become convinced that there are two very distinct sides to the accountability coin: one side of the coin is taking accountability yourself, and the flipside is holding other people accountable. In this New York Times Bestseller, How Did That Happen? the authors examine the other side of the accountability coin: holding people accountable for results in a way that conquers all the damaging behaviors that permeate so many organizations today.
For multinational biopharma company UCB, shifting the company’s value creation focus from the industry’s traditional focus on doctors to the end customer—the person taking the prescription medicine—is a huge bet. UCB set out to create a high value experience for the users of its products by focusing on its organizational culture to create an unstoppable, competitive advantage.
In late 2014 Daymon Worldwide, the pioneer in private brand development and in-store demonstrations, realized that new industry challenges and massive shifts in market were forcing the company to change or be changed. Variables such as the emergence of large online retailers like Amazon, the emergence of niche physical and online retailers, and the global spread of “hard discount” chains created a saturated market that was difficult to navigate. Something needed to be done. It was time for a change in Daymon’s culture.
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