Certificate Course on Leadership & Accountability

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Event Details

Certificate Course on Leadership & Accountability - May 14, 2019

Introduction :
Often people want to be leaders but do not want accountability. The truth is we cannot have leadership without accountability –they are 2 sides of the same coin.
Clarity in accountability comes when we first relate it to our personal life. We ourselves are responsible for our successes and failures to a large extent. Then we take this concept to another level and introspect to see why leaders fail?
The OZ leadership model brings out the accountability aspect powerfully in a practical manner. This model conveys that when we get into finger pointing, blame game, “poor me”, “it’s not my job” then “I’m in victim mode” and we operate Below the Line with a ‘victim feeling’.  A victim is powerless and cannot be a leader with accountability. Being a victim is the exact opposite of being a leader.
When we think and act ‘what else can I do about this’ and ‘how can we improve the situation’ then we operate Above the Line, we operate with accountability. 
There is a line between accountability and victimization that separates when you rise above your circumstances to get the results you want and falling into the victim cycle where you can easily get stuck. An ability of continually asking “What else can I do to rise above my circumstances and achieve the results I desire?” is a step towards accountability and you move Above the Line. This is a process of “Seeing it, Owning it, Solving it, and Doing it”. The more open you are to receive feedback, the more perspectives you obtain the more easily you can recognize you are stuck Below the Line. This requires a level of ownership that includes making, keeping & proactively answering for personal commitments.  
Accountability differentiates a successful department/company from an unsuccessful one. 

Objectives :

(1)  To sensitize participants about how critical is accountability in leadership for success at a personal, departmental and organizational level

(2)  To help them acquire the attitude to come out of the victim feeling to what I can do to achieve their goal; that is to move from Below the Line to Above the Line of OZ leadership model in a practical way

(3) To sharpen their skills to understand when they operate from a victim cycle and to get out of this phase to become accountable for their own and their departments’ and organizations’ success or failure.

Programme Outline :

(a)  Exercise on Personal Accountability

(b)  Difference between Responsibility and Accountability

(c)  Why leaders fail? Stories from different Industries

(d)  Exercise to discover if we are functioning  below the line of  the OZ   leadership and accountability model (e) Activity on leadership and accountability with emphasis on ‘what else can I do’

(f)  Best Practices: Climbing above the Line with 4 steps- 1. See It, 2. Own It, 3. Solve It, 4. Do It

(g)  Action Plan and take a ways from the training session.

Participation Level :

The workshop is designed for Executives/Managers and middle Management level staff from all functional areas.  Certificates will be distributed to the participants at the end of the Session. 

About the Faculty :

Dr. Lata Shetty, is the Director, Mainstream Training Centre, which offers Soft Skills Training Programmes in a variety of settings.  Qualifications: B.Sc., M.S.W., Ph.D., a gold medalist throughout her academic career and holds a Doctorate from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).

Board Room, Bombay Chamber, The Ruby, NW-4th Floor, Dadar (W), Mumbai – 400028

Ms. Mani Nair
Tel.  61200223, 9833409639 
Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 4000 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 4500 + 18% GST
 Discount :  10% discount for more than 3 participants from same organization

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DCB Bank

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Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.


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