Leadership Builder®

Close performance gaps by improving team accountability with the Leadership Builder® workshop from Partners in Leadership, available in live and virtual settings.

Is your company experiencing performance gaps?

If your organization is failing to reach its potential, you likely have an accountability. Fortunately, you can close these gaps between ideal and real performance, but your leaders have to be part of the solution. These important stakeholders need to know the best practices for encouraging personal accountability while remaining positive and principled. Our Leadership Builder® workshop is designed to inform and inspire your leaders elevate accountability on their teams.

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Leadership and Accountability

Closing performance gaps is possible when you create a culture of accountability, and maintaining such a productive change is in the hands of leaders at all levels. Therefore, leadership development is an element of overall improvement that you cannot afford to overlook. The Leadership Builder® workshop helps leaders hold others accountable with the Accountability Sequence model of Inner and Outer Rings of employee behavior. Through this model, leaders at all levels troubleshoot accountability gaps by non-judgmentally identifying why lapses occurred and guiding employees to productivity.

What is included in Leadership Builder?

Rather than using basic corporate training methods, organizations can begin a Leadership Builder engagement, applying the advanced principles from How Did That Happen? to introduce the Accountability Sequence® into their everyday practices.

What do leaders learn?

Leaders who attend a session in any of the three models are introduced to unique concepts from How Did That Happen?, including the Expectations Chain® and Accountability Sequence® models.

In the latter, attendees learn to divide employees by performance into the Inner Ring, where they troubleshoot failure to deliver, and the Outer Ring, where they set expectations and encourage excellence, and they can engage their teams via Alignment Dialogue®.

What’s the impact of these lessons?

Participants who complete Leadership Builder workshops learn to use new tools to keep their teams on track for high-performing results, boosting organizational performance and the bottom line.

The results can be game-changing, with effective leaders retaining and engaging top performers and helping their organizations reach goals and growth targets.

What do participants in the courses receive?

Leaders who enter these courses receive a copy of How Did That Happen?, as well as a Leadership Builder workbook and pocket card training guide for easy reference. One year of access to PILtools helps them keep up with the lessons they’ve learned, and the pre-workshop assessment alone is a $1,500 value.

What is accountability in a business setting?

The process of building accountability in a workplace starts with encouraging workers to become invested in the success of essential initiatives and pursuit of business goals. Effective leaders can create this feeling within their teams, instilling ownership and engagement as employees pursue important objectives.

What are the delivery models?

What leaders are saying about Leadership Builder

The Partners In Leadership process is the foundation upon which ownership down through our division is built. We are planning, executing, and meeting adversity at least twice as effectively. The Partners In Leadership process is forcing a healthy reflection among the company leadership about the experiences that we create for our people. PIL is the most exciting leadership process that I have utilized.

R. Fredrick McCoy Jr., CFO, Celltech Pharmaceuticals

It’s harder than it looks: many leaders struggle to hold people accountable. Being individually accountable is not sufficient if you want to lead organizations; you must find a way to hold others accountable while engaging their hearts and minds to deliver real results. Partners In Leadership delivers specific and practical advice to do just that.

Ginger Graham, Former CEO, Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Reach out to our master facilitators to develop your organization’s team leaders and realize benefits at all levels of the business.

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Read the Best Seller

How Did That Happen?

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. Read the book about how to hold people accountable the positive, principled way.

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