New index assesses a company's ability to handle change by measuring feedback seeking, psychological ownership, creative problem-solving, and taking effective action

September 24, 2018

Partners In Leadership, LLC, introduces the Workplace Accountability Index, a new tool for organizational leaders.

Partners In Leadership, LLC, the firm that guides clients in defining Key Results™, shaping Cultural Beliefs®, and solving Accountability Gaps, introduces the Workplace Accountability Index, a new tool for organizational leaders to measure a company’s ability to respond and handle change, solve problems, and ultimately produce results.

“Organizations are wondering how they’re going to survive the disruption occurring in every sector, industry, and market today,” said Brent Barton, President and CEO of Partners In Leadership. “We designed the Workplace Accountability Index to empower organizations through times of tremendous uncertainty and change.”

Uncertainty touches every organization—whether it’s changing market conditions, evolving customer expectations, or new technologies and automation. And the impact of this is significant

In the Forbes Insights and Gap article “International Challenge or Be Challenged,” 70% of global leaders shared they were concerned their company may not be relevant and competitive in two years.

In the “Global State of Strategy and Leadership Survey” from Palladium Group, 72% of executives responded they believed their business model will be under threat in the next five years.

“The Workplace Accountability Index provides leaders insight into how their organizations need to think and act to ensure their businesses remains relevant,” Barton said. “This tool prepares organizations to get ahead of the game by providing a pulse on corporate execution readiness, engagement, and predicting a company’s ability to handle external factors that impact results.”

The Workplace Accountability Index is grounded in the firm’s 30 years of experience consulting the world’s leading organizations in corporate culture management. It evolved from The Workplace Accountability Study, which examined the state of accountability in organizational workforces. Over 40,000 people, from the executive suite to frontline leaders, participated in the 2014 Workplace Accountability Study, providing unprecedented scope. Subsequent statistical analysis discovered correlations to employee engagement, agility, growth, and results.

The Index doesn’t measure employee engagement. It interprets it. Specifically, it measures: feedback seeking, psychological ownership, creative problem-solving, and taking effective action.

“The Workplace Accountability Index is a true thermometer of success for businesses today,” Barton said. “It enables companies to assess where they are and whether their programs are impacting their success.”

Partners In Leadership is offering a baseline survey, analysis, and report with a limited time offer for 2018.

For more information regarding the Workplace Accountability Index, please visit: https://www.partnersinleadership.com/accountability-index

About Partners In Leadership

Partners In Leadership guides clients in defining Key Results™, shaping Cultural Beliefs®, and solving Accountability Gaps. With our network of experts around the world and #1 award-winning content, our firm helps clients achieve their mission by dramatically boosting employee engagement, inspiring innovation, improving cross-collaboration, developing accountable leaders, blending strategy with culture, and more. Partners In Leadership continues the legacy of pioneering Accountability Training, and innovating cultural transformation.

For further information on Partners In Leadership, visit www.partnersinleadership.com or call 800-504-6070. For press inquiries, contact Cassandra Wagner at cassandra.wagner@partnersinleadership.com or (951) 376-3082.

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