Accountability

The definition of workplace accountability is the obligation of an individual, firm, or institution to account for its activities, accept responsibility for them, and to disclose the results in a transparent manner. The programs below deal with these issues and convey that the issue of accountability overlaps ethical and leadership behaviour.

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Ethics Made Simple

Ethics Made Simple is a short but comprehensive workplace ethics training program that covers virtually every major workplace ethics topic. Make sure your employees are armed with the facts about what behaviours are unacceptable in your workplace.
French Version Now Available!

 

Healthcare Toolkit, Volume 1

For healthcare trainers, a versatile library of video clips to train in such areas as Ensuring Patient Satisfaction; Building Accountability, Ethics and Integrity; and Team Building. Volume 1 of The Healthcare Toolkit gives you the tools to customize your own training with video scenarios.

Performance Review: Code Red-How To Handle A DIfficult Review

This new training film illustrates the techniques required for managers and supervisors to handle difficult performance reviews.

 
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