Do you need to close performance gaps?
Master how to hold others accountable using Leadership Builder™ tools and techniques.
Holding others accountable in a positive, principled way is simply doing two things:
1) Establishing expectations and
2) Managing unmet expectations.
One of the most valuable skillsets a leader can develop is the ability to effectively establish the expectations they hold of others. Using common sense and experience-based learning, this program strengthens leaders’ ability to hold others accountable in a positive and principled way.
In our training, master how to:
- Create positive accountability
- Establish expectations
- Manage unmet expectations
- Close performance gaps
- Accelerate communication
- Elevate employee morale
A Game-Changer for Organizational Leaders
The central framework in this training is the Accountability Sequence® model, which provides leaders a proven process to establish expectations and manage unmet expectations in a way that will turnaround performance and help others achieve the result. This is key to holding others accountable in a positive, principled way.
Leadership Builder is powered by The New York Times bestselling book How Did That Happen?
What you learn
Identifying your Expectations Chain®
Accountability Styles® assessment
Working with the Accountability Sequence®, Outer Ring®, and Inner Ring®
Increase team engagement with Alignment Dialogue®
What's the impact
Hit goals and growth targets faster
Boost performance—and your bottom line
Engage and retain your highest performers
Achieve game-changing results
What you get
Copy of The New York Times bestselling book How Did That Happen®
Leadership Builder™ workbook and pocket card training guide
1-year of PILtools access
Pre-workshop assessment ($1,500 value)
When should you apply Leadership Builder?
You want to energize your workforce and engage employees in key initiatives that allow them to win—and that cause your organization to win.
You need people to know how to hold others accountable to fulfill Key Expectations (where not delivering is not an option).
How well do you hold others accountable? Find out now.Take The Quiz
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What leaders are saying about Leadership Builder
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.
Partners In Leadership addresses the missing piece of the equation for improved results and profitability: holding people accountable for results in a positive, principled way. Accountability is the cornerstone of any successful culture and continues to be for ours.
Paul J. Byrne, President, Precor
The themes of the program, alignment, and behavior, have assisted us in focusing all employees on Waters’ goals while improving team work and accountability.
E. Paul Warner, Vice President of Human Resources, Waters
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
…many corporations overlook their greatest competitive advantage—their people. Partners In Leadership does an artful job of turning the complex task of managing people to achieve results into simple concepts and models that anyone can follow—best of all, their approach is positive and principled.
Danny P. Harris, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, OGE Energy Corp.
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