Learn how to delegate tasks and build accountability with employees through the Informed Trust Model.
As a manager, it can be challenging to decide how to
effectively delegate or distribute leadership based on the employee capability
and the outcome risk.
Leaders often struggle with coaching employees away from
blames and excuses and toward taking accountability.
The inability to take accountability is often due to a lack of knowledge but also to a lack of will.
Accountability is naturally associated with consequences, both positive and negative, but should be an avenue to foster positive relationships, develop key competencies, and create an environment focused around learning.
Managers can increase employee empowerment by working
towards better delegation and building accountability, which in turn will lead
to better retention rates.
Impact and Result
Help leaders adopt an informed approach to delegate and
distribute leadership with a comprehensive overview of each component of the
Informed Trust Model: Assess, Give, and Verify.
Managers will understand how to empower their employees to
take success into their own hands and take accountability for their results.
Managers will learn how to coach away from a mindset of blame and toward one of accountability.
Delegate and Build Accountability Research & Tools
1. Delegate and Build Accountability
Equip managers to delegate and build accountability with employees using the Informed Trust Model.
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