Your Brain at Work LIVE | Accountability at Work: Why it Matters Now More Than Ever

The modern workplace is overdue for a reframing of accountability as a workplace concept. How can leaders use accountability to empower teams rather than worry or punish them? And why should they?

Join Dr. Ryan Curl (Director of Impact and Measurement, NLI) and Will Watkins (Associate Consultant, NLI) for this discussion on the importance of accountability at work. They’ll lead the community in a discussion to cover some key questions:

  • What is workplace accountability? Why does it matter now more than ever?
  • What does science tell us is the best approach to accountability at work?
  • How can leaders inspire employees to take ownership of the results the organization needs to achieve?

This is the second of a 3-part series you won’t want to miss.

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The modern workplace is overdue for a reframing of accountability as a workplace concept. How can leaders use accountability to empower teams rather than worry or punish them? And why should they?

Join Dr. Ryan Curl (Director of Impact and Measurement, NLI) and Will Watkins (Associate Consultant, NLI) for this discussion on the importance of accountability at work.

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