Available in a 1-hour lunch & learn, a 1-day workshop or a 10-week book study

Pearce Communications LLC offers Accountability training in three ways:

  1. A one-hour Lunch and Learn
    1. In this session participants are introduced to:
      1. The definition of the term “accountability” as it can be applied in the work setting
      2. A review of the tendencies and behavioral habits that result in blaming and excuse making (i.e. thinking and acting Below the Line.)
      3. A review of new thinking and communication habits to bring employees Above the Line.
  2. A one-day training session
    1. The overall purpose of this 1-day training will be to initiate an experiential learning session: To enhance the workplace culture by infusing the values and behaviors of accountability and effective communication throughout the organization. (Note: This 1-day training requires the purchase of the book, The OZ Principle: Getting Results with Individual and Organizational Accountability by Connors, Smith and Hickman)
    2. The learning objectives are:
      1. To define the term “accountability” as it can be applied in the work setting.
      2. To examine the tendencies and behavioral habits that result in blaming and excuse making (i.e. thinking and acting Below the Line.)
      3. To learn new thinking and practice new communication habits to bring employees Above the Line.
      4. To practice problem-solving communication skills.
  3. A ten-week book study
    1. In this series, the curriculum is developed to further include a chapter-by-chapter study of the book The OZ Principle: Getting Results with Individual and Organizational Accountability. (Note: This series is designed to study one chapter a month, hence the 10-week design. If an accelerated approach is desired, a 5-month series can be applied.)
      1. Each meeting will consist of the review of a book chapter, a review of the chapter’s worksheet (provided), and communication skill building. The first meeting will serve as an introduction to the study of accountability, expectations for participation, practice in one new communication skill and receipt of the book and the first chapter’s worksheet.