Accountable Leaders

Exam Questions: 50
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 242 | Content: 218, Supplemental: 24
NASBA Area of Study: Management Services
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 7895A

Leadership accountability is a major issue for organizations around the globe. This course will provide practical strategies to transform any organization into a cohesive, highly motivated culture with accountable leaders and fully committed teams. You'll see why gaps in leadership occur and be able to recognize accountability issues within your organization. You'll find this to be an invaluable guide that provides the tools and knowledge to take you and your organization to new levels of performance and achievement. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • The New Game Begins Before the Old One Ends
  • Why Do We Not Have Better Leadership?
  • How to Think About Leadership Accountability
  • Leadership Accountability at the Leadership Level
  • Leadership Accountability at the Team Level
  • Leadership Accountability at the Cultural Level
  • How to Hold Others Accountable for Being Leaders
  • How to Build and Accountable Team
  • How to Be a Community Builder
  • Make Leadership Accountability a Priority in Your Company
  • Define and Embed Clear Leadership Expectations
  • Do the Hard Work to Sustain Momentum
  • Foster a Community of Leaders Across Your Organization
  • To recall the five key drivers of the emerging context for all leaders
  • To recall the factors that contribute to workplace burnout
  • To recall the elements that comprise the timeline of leadership challenges
  • To identify the characteristics of mediocre leaders
  • To recall the critical dimensions of a truly accountable team
  • To recall the defining issue that will distinguish the most successful businesses from the rest of the pack
  • To recall the four strategies to hold others accountable
  • To recall the element necessary for tough conversations to occur
  • To recall the stages of trust that help build credibility
  • To recall the critical roles required in order to build strong leadership accountability
  • To recall the steps required in drafting a leadership contract
  • To recall the various leader characteristics as identified by the author's nine-box
  • To recall the 10 characteristics of a strong community of leaders

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