You may believe that being held accountable means that you’re the person to get blamed when something goes wrong. Accountability, however, is about helping people take responsibility over their obligations. It is up to management to ensure your organization’s workforce remains focused with clear obligations and all the tools needed to get the job done remotely. Fortunately, there are many ways you can help foster accountability within the remote workplace so that tasks and projects run smoothly and profitably.
In this practical webinar, you will examine the definition of accountability and challenges to holding employees accountable. You will also explore various tools to help management foster accountability, even when working remotely, and discuss how to set benchmarks, eliminate excuses, and monitor progress.
Upon course completion, you will be able to:
- Foster accountability within the remote workplace
- Maintain a workforce that remains on task and on time
- Establish clear roles and expectations for a remote workforce
- Conduct one-on-one virtual meetings
- Communicate effectively with remote employees and provide constructive feedback
This course is eligible for HRCI (General) and SHRM credit.
Audrey is a New York native who has lived in Connecticut, Los Angeles and Tucson. She is an expert in training the essential skills that employees need for their career development. Ms. Halpern is the owner of ARH Employee Training, which serves a wide variety of industries to engage their employees in learning and applying these new 21st century skills. Throughout her 20+ year career in helping to train, facilitate and consult, she has worked to improve employee training. She has found innovative ways to develop and customize hundreds of workshops and webinars on how these soft skills are applied.
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Can I still receive Continuing Education Credits if I view the webinar recording instead of the live presentation?
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