Being an Accountable Employee

In today’s workplace, employees are accountable for taking action, not placing blame. In this program, participants will identify the communication behaviors of accountable people and those in “victim” mode. They will develop action plans for improving individual accountable actions and accountable behaviors.

  • Accountability Does Not Mean Finding Blame
  • The Communication Behaviors of Accountable People
  • The Communication Behaviors of People in “Victim” Mode
  • Improving Accountable Behaviors

This program may be delivered in a two- or four-hour format and is targeted for individual contributors.

We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Deborah Easton Deborah Easton

Kent State facilitator Deborah Easton has been a communications coach for 30 years, and provides audiences with practical and effective advice for communicating with colleagues, customers and direct reports. 

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"Very captivating and full of information. Necessary and able to be applied in the workplace."

Anne Gallagher, Customer Service Representative
National Interstate Insurance Company