Blaming is NOT Accountability
Tricia Broderick

That dreaded "we need to figure out what happened to hold people accountable" meeting is approaching, which often means people are getting their fingers ready to point. When working with humans, blaming never leads to accountability. What blaming will lead is a loss of focus and waste of time towards the shared goal of delivering value. In this session, listen in to an open conversation between Diana Larsen and Tricia Broderick about what blame in the workplace really means, the impacts of blaming and better alternatives to accomplishing accountability. After the discussion, expect to have the opportunity to ask any questions that arise before and/or during the conversation.

Learning Objectives
Exposure to Insights and tips from an open discussion about the dangers of blaming in organizations
Opportunity to ask questions about blaming vs accountability
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