Taking Accountability

This course covers accountability, and how taking responsibility for mistakes in the workplace can improve every part of the business.

$ 9 USD

This course covers accountability, and how taking responsibility for mistakes in the workplace can improve every part of the business.

$ 49 USD

Whether you’re an employee, a team manager, or a company executive, strong leadership skills are what make you stand out in the workplace.

$ 299 USD

Unlimited access to all courses, learning resources and collections with new content at no additional cost for a full year.

Courses: 
1
10
328
Lessons: 
4
48
1,417
Resources: 
Takeaway Tasks
Tasks+
Multiple
Duration: 
10 minutes
100 minutes
Multiple
Access: 
30 days
60 days
12 months
Optimized for mobile

About

In the workplace, being able to see your faults and accept responsibility is vital. Not only does it set a positive example for others, but it can also help to inspire teams and improve your business’s development.

Sometimes admitting you got something wrong is tough, and passing the buck or trying to cover it up may seem like the easier option. You can probably think of some politicians who do this all the time, right?! While it might seem like a good way of protecting your pride, acting this way can make situations worse and, most importantly, doesn’t give you a chance to learn from your mistakes. When it comes to being accountable, it’s best to lead by example

What will you learn

If you’re a leader, either new or experienced, being able to see your faults and admit them is key to building trust and respect within your team and improving morale and productivity. This course will show you how to master taking accountability in a few simple steps, so you can self-reflect and improve both professional and personal relationships.

  1. What accountability means
  2. Why taking accountability is good for business
  3. How to overcome common pitfalls of taking accountability

Leadership Essentials collection

In the workplace, being able to see your faults and accept responsibility is vital. Not only does it set a positive example for others, but it can also help to inspire teams and improve your business’s development.

Sometimes admitting you got something wrong is tough, and passing the buck or trying to cover it up may seem like the easier option. You can probably think of some politicians who do this all the time, right?! While it might seem like a good way of protecting your pride, acting this way can make situations worse and, most importantly, doesn’t give you a chance to learn from your mistakes. When it comes to being accountable, it’s best to lead by example

Other courses in this collection

Whether you’re an employee, a team manager, or a company executive, strong leadership skills are what make you stand out in the workplace.

$ 9 USD

This course covers accountability, and how taking responsibility for mistakes in the workplace can improve every part of the business.

$ 49 USD

Whether you’re an employee, a team manager, or a company executive, strong leadership skills are what make you stand out in the workplace.

$ 299 USD

Unlimited access to all courses, learning resources and collections with new content at no additional cost for a full year.

Courses: 
1
10
328
Lessons: 
4
48
1,417
Resources: 
Takeaway Tasks
Tasks+
Multiple
Duration: 
10 minutes
100 minutes
Multiple
Access: 
30 days
60 days
12 months
Optimized for mobile