Creating a Culture of Accountability that Leads to Increased Results
Creating higher levels of accountability in business seems to be a topic on every corporation’s agenda. Most companies can draw a link between the results they are achieving and the level of accountability they see manifested throughout their organization. Knowing how to create and sustain a culture of accountability for most organizations is the greatest challenge.
How do successful organizations enable their people to take ownership for delivering on their intended results? Staying competitive usually means finding practical answers to that question. Creating higher levels of ownership often drives better results and increases the value and growth of the company. To be truly effective in today’s corporate environment, leaders must be able to help find ways to create higher levels of ownership and joint accountability for achieving key results.
Approved for 1 Professional Development Credit (PDC) through SHRM and Approved for 1 (Business) Recertification Credit through HRCI
Kriesti Bunch, Chief Academic Officer, Somerset ISD
In this role, she is responsible for ensuring high quality employee learning by creating a supportive environment that provides access to on-going and well-coordinated activities with the goal of maintaining the highest quality of services for staff and students.
Prior to joining Somerset ISD, Bunch served as a Development Manager at both the national and regional level, where she supported school improvement initiatives. She provided leadership for Collaborative Product Development and Regional School Support. She led a statewide initiative used to enhance statewide capacity for supporting comprehensive improvement of under-performing districts and schools through the creation of resources, targeted professional development, and specialized leadership development with a focus on change-accountability-increased results.
Bunch has over twenty-three years of experience in the education sector. She received her bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Networking begins at 11:20 a.m.
Meeting 11:50 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.
SAHRMA Member registration - $30
Non-Member registration $40
SAHRMA Student $10
Registration Ends on Friday, May 10th!
Herb crusted Parmesan Chicken