Being accountable in business means taking responsibility for meeting your objectives, including deadlines and work targets, and communicating effectively with internal and external clients. Being accountable is an important component of good business etiquette and demonstrates your attitude of professionalism.
While it can be difficult at times, delivering on your objectives shows you are reliable, organized, and dedicated to your work and to the people around you.
A workshop called Improving Employee Accountability will introduce you to the importance of personal accountability and outline strategies for developing a formula to help you succeed.
Register here for the two-session virtual workshop, which will be offered by Learning Solutions from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Oct. 6, and Wednesday, Oct. 7.