De-weaponized accountability for high-performing teams
Accountability is a term that routinely demoralizes, often confuses, and flat-out scares people these days. Accountability, as practiced in small and medium-sized businesses, sometimes means that someone will be called out, blamed, and maybe even shamed for work that isn’t up to par for the failure that kicked off the accountability session in the first place. The sad thing is that people only know what they know, and nobody has taught them what accountability could be and how it can actually build the bonds of trust and drive performance in a positive, forward-focused way. Until now.
In this engaging webinar with 2022 Speaker of the Year Robert “Cujo” Teschner, viewers get a small peek into the world of high-performance teams and begin to understand the upside of accountability practiced correctly. Walk away with a definition of what accountability truly is and how it serves the team. Learn the basic outline of how team accountability — when done well — serves the team, helps the team bond in the midst of failure, and helps the team build trust as it learns. Nobody else teaches or practices accountability this way. And now, you can get a little insight into how you can build teams that win the high-performance team way!
About the presenter
Robert “Cujo” Teschner is a retired F-15 / F-22 fighter pilot. He is also a former F-15 Weapons School Instructor, F-22 Squadron Commander, senior Joint Staff officer, and combat veteran. He holds advanced degrees in Operational Art and Science and National Security Strategy and has extensive experience in tactical planning and execution and organizational leadership. From 2004 to 2006, he served as the U.S. Air Force’s expert in post-mission debriefing, the methodology used by high-performing military teams to self-correct and improve continuously. Cujo retired immediately after pinning-on full Colonel due to complications from cancer-related care and started an international business consulting practice based in St. Louis, Missouri. His company is called VMax Group. VMax Group’s mission is to teach, inspire and nurture teams on how to really “team”, making work more fulfilling and making teams much more effective.