Stop Killing Accountability

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Join us for a FREE webinar - Stop Killing Accountability.

Here's the deal. Both leaders and employees desire accountability in the workplace, and when it’s present, there are positive impacts on employee engagement. So, WHY are so many lamenting over the lack of it in their organizations? The reality is that corporate culture kills accountability in many (AVOIDABLE) ways.

In this webinar, we’re going to share:
-The definition of what accountability truly is and why it’s important
-Common things companies do to kill it, and
-Specific things you need to stop doing immediately to build accountability

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  • Date: 14 Sep 2023
  • Time: 05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
  • All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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  • Starts 09 July 2023 10:30 AM
  • Ends 14 September 2023 10:30 AM
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Courtney Smock Courtney Smock of Slingshot 25


Stop Killing Accountability

The word accountability is used so often, it's lost its meaning. It takes real leadership skills to actually hold people accountable. And sadly, many of the behaviors that we believe will actually drive accountability down. In this talk, we will explore what it takes to drive accountability and stop doing the things that kill it.  


Courtney Smock is a change expert and executive coach at Slingshot25. 

In her career, Courtney has gained valuable business experience leading organizational change. Her experience has allowed her to hone change skills. A teacher at heart, she designed The Change Course as a development program to share what she’s learned with others. She loves helping organizations build internal change capacity. Her facilitation skills are characterized by a unique combination of high energy and deep subject matter expertise.  She is confident, direct and funny. As such, she excels at creating a safe space for the exchange of ideas, effective teamwork and creating accountability for real change. 

Courtney has a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Iowa. She received her coaching certification through the iPEC organization.  

Courtney is a recent empty nester who resides in Coggon with her husband (and pets!)