What you will learn:
Have you ever been accused of being a micromanager? Or maybe the opposite: you think of holding people accountable and your stomach starts to turn. The word “accountability” has become a trigger word for many people. But why? Are we thinking about accountability all wrong?
In this Elective, we’ll unpack why accountability is a critical piece of the puzzle--for our lives and our work. We will strengthen our mindset around when, why, and how to approach accountability so that we manage our people well, and hit important goals and targets on time. We will address common fears related to accountability and how to address them, specifically discussing today's climate: a remote/hybrid workforce, the great resignation, and a critical need for psychological safety as we manage Gen Z employees. Our organizations will flourish because we will be intentional about how we support our team members and how we hold them accountable.
This Elective is perfect for managers of all levels and will be a dynamic interactive workshop with a mix of new research-based content, application (role plays, discussion, and thought exercises) with Q+A at the end. Leaders will leave this session with tools that they can implement the very next day, but also a shifted mindset to serve them for the rest of their career, and life.
About the instructor:
Kyle Shaffer is a dynamic educator who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to leadership development. He is passionate about supporting leaders to create an empowering and inclusive culture so that all stakeholders are engaged and working toward their mission and vision. By focusing on the intersection of adaptive and emotional leadership skills with technical ones, leaders will develop tangible strategies to enhance the effectiveness and inclusiveness of their teams.
Kyle leads workshops, leadership development cohorts, and individual coaching clients with numerous organizations and companies across the country. Previously, he served as the Vice President of Schools for KIPP St. Louis Public Schools, where he coached and managed the principals of six schools and 3,000 students, as well as provided leadership training for aspiring leaders across the district. Prior to that, Kyle worked alongside community members in Redwood City, California to found a PreK-8th grade school for over 700 families in the North Fair Oaks community, which was one of the highest performing schools for low income students in the Bay Area. Kyle received his Masters of Education in Leadership through National Louis University. Outside of work, Kyle spends his time with his wife, two daughters, and one-year old son, is an avid reader, loves music, and enjoys anything active and sports related.
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Suggested Length:90 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Format: Live via Zoom
- Keynote Followed by Q&A
- Lecture with Discussion
- Interactive Workshop
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