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Accountability Everywhere: Improving Your Practice of Accountability

Thursday, January 3, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: David Tate, Yale

Accountability is a concept that is relevant for all human relationships, including our relationships with ourselves. Coaches are especially aware of the power of accountability in working with others, as holding clients accountable to their own agendas is one of the key ingredients in effective coaching engagements. Being able to model and promote accountability is essential for high-performing leaders and managers, and holding oneself accountable is essential for successful management of one’s own career and personal relationships.

This webcast will afford you the opportunity to explore what accountability means and how its presence (or absence) affects relationships and results. We will review the 10 essential mindsets and behaviors of accountability, and learn clear processes for holding yourself and others accountable. In addition, you can assess the quality of accountability among important stakeholder relationships and leave with a plan to upgrade your own practice of accountability, whether that means improving the way you hold yourself or others accountable.

In this webcast, you’ll learn:

  • what accountability means and why it is critical for personal and organizational success
  • about a model of behavioral accountability and assess the quality of accountability among your most important stakeholders
  • how to identify strengths and development opportunities for your practice of accountability and make a plan to improve accountability-related mindsets and behaviors.

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Presenter

David Tate
David Tate

Yale

David C. Tate is a licensed clinical psychologist, professionally certified coach, and organizational consultant. He is principal at Tate Consulting Group, a boutique consultancy that focuses on executive coaching and leadership advising, family-owned and closely held enterprises, strategic planning, and promoting healthy organizational development. David has worked with leaders and senior managers in healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, distribution, publishing, media/design, and construction.

David is an assistant clinical professor in psychiatry at Yale University, where he received the 2013 Distinguished Faculty Award. He is also a lecturer at the Yale School of Management, where he teaches within both the graduate and executive education programs. He also conducts leadership development activities within the Yale Greenberg World Fellows Program.

David received a BS at Cornell University and a PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Virginia. He completed pre- and post-doctoral fellowships at Yale University before joining the faculty. He earned a certificate in family business advising from the Family Firm Institute, where he is a fellow. He is a graduate of the Executive Coaching Academy and has completed additional coaching certification through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. He earned the designation of Professionally Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation.

David is the coauthor of Sink or Swim: How Lessons From the Titanic Can Save Your Family Business.
 


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