Strategies To Increase Accountability And Initiative In Employees

Webinar: ID# 1014161
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Accountability is closely tied to motivation and how the organizational culture supports their employees. Leaders who build a coaching culture begin to change the focus from performance management to performance partnering.

As employees feel trusted and are treated as mutual creators of their daily life at work, they accelerate their motivation to offer more than the requirements of the job.

Join us for this review of key strategies and techniques that you can use immediately to promote more engagement. This live webinar will explore coaching others as a way to achieve greater accountability and engagement in employees so the organizations we work in thrive.

  • Role Modeling
  • Setting Clear Expectations
  • Delivering Adequate Resources
  • Delegation and True Freedom to Do the Work
  • How to Give Balanced Feedback on Performance Levels
  • Coaching Techniques That Set You up for Success
  • The Beauty of Natural Consequences
  • Follow Through as a Necessary Skill

James Kimberly MSW
  • Leads Sapphire Consulting, LLC, a premier organizational development and training firm customizing human capital management solutions for many types of organizations
  • A respected team development consultant, executive coach and has created leadership development programs for organizations in both public and private sector
  • As a certified Emotional Intelligence Examiner (EQi & EQ360), he has been on the forefront of assessing and training employees and leaders in enhancing their emotional capabilities at work
  • Has been a featured speaker expert on EI and coaching at SHRM, ASHHRA and NHRA conferences
  • Appeared on WBZ radio and online podcasts
  • In addition to EQi 2.0 certification, he is qualified in Team EI, MBTI, Thomas Kilmann Conflict Inventory, 360 Assessments from the Center for Creative Leadership, and in Building Transformational Coaching Cultures
  • Has spent his career developing human capital in diverse settings and experiences
  • As director of counseling at an AIDS program during the early days of the epidemic, he was a pioneer in building systems of care and advocating for rights of disenfranchised groups
  • His involvement in establishing employee assistance programs for the Tribune Company, R.R. Donnelly, Chicago Cubs and the FAA brought needed professional help to many employees and leaders who struggled with workplace challenges
  • M.S.W. degree, SUNY Buffalo; B.A. degree in sociology and anthropology, Ripon College
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