Improve the accountability of your senior leaders and critical teams to bridge the gap between expectation and current performance.
According to our Global Leadership Accountability study, 72% of organizations agree that leadership accountability is a critical business issue, yet only 37% are satisfied with the level of accountability in their own leaders.
Despite considerable ongoing investment by companies in leadership development, there’s a demonstrable accountability gap between what is expected of leaders and how they are currently performing.
Our Leadership Accountability practice is based on ideas from The Leadership Contract by Dr. Vince Molinaro, who defines strong and accountable leaders as those who are committed to:
Our global leadership team has begun learning how to put The Leadership Contract into action, and we are all seeing the results.
The Leadership Contract program helps you understand that choosing to lead is both a decision and a commitment. We have taken all of our leaders through the program and use it as a cornerstone for our new leader development program.
Tammy is a sought-after advisor who helps individuals and organizations get serious about leadership. She has developed pioneering and multiple award-winning programs aimed at changing mindsets, advancing skillsets, and sustaining deliberate practices to achieve high performance.
Passionate about advancing female leaders, she is specifically sought out by Fortune 500 companies for her expertise in gender diversity and programs that accelerate female talent.
Alex Vincent is Senior Vice President, Leadership Transformation with Lee Hecht Harrison.
Alex’s focus is on helping maximize individual, team and organizational performance. He is an experienced facilitator and consultant in the area of leadership development focusing on personal leadership, team coaching, and the execution of organizational strategy. He excels in helping clients realize their leadership potential by developing team synergies through group facilitation and establishing clear direction and focus to driving results. His exceptional communication abilities combined with his creativity have allowed him to develop and deliver workshops on coaching for results, leading cultural change, and strategic leadership.
Alex has worked with organizations in a variety of sectors — including telecommunications, engineering, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, financial, professional services, and public sector.
Alex completed his Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Toronto and went on to complete post-doctoral studies in the Human Performance Laboratory at York University. He is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation, as well as a previous faculty member in the department of Psychology at the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University.
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