How do organizations handle new accountability challenges like flex work?
How do you train the next generation of leaders to be focused on culture as often as results? How can women harness their strengths to become exceptional leaders?
These are some of the trending accountability, leadership and culture questions we explore in the ImpacTalks webinar series.
Participate in our weekly webinar series to discover best practices for greater individual and organizational accountability, how to hold the people you depend on accountable in a way that motivates and produces results, and how to create a Culture of Accountability enterprise-wide to consistently deliver the results you need most.
Interested in obtaining continuing education credits from HRCI and NASBA? Check out our core webinar series Accountability Builder, Leadership Builder, and Lead Culture and explore how you can put these tools to work in your organization.
Women In Leadership Series
Are you a new manager wishing you knew the secret to becoming a great leader? If so, join us for our webinar.
Opportunities pass us by, first small ones and then bigger ones. Watch Kirsten Blakemore as she reveals 3 strategies that can catapult your career as a leader.
Core Training Insights
Our popular webinar, formerly known as The Oz Principle Accountability Training Webinar, based on Partners In Leadership’s New York Times bestselling book, The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability, hosted by Tony Bridwell.
Our popular webinar, formerly known as The Holding Others Accountable Webinar, based on Partners In Leadership’s New York Times bestselling book, How Did That Happen? Holding People Accountable for Results the Positive, Principled Way.
Our popular webinar, formerly known as The Change the Culture, Change the Game Webinar, based on Partners In Leadership’s New York Times bestselling book, Change the Culture, Change the Game: The Breakthrough Strategy for Energizing Your Organization and Creating Accountability for Results.