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SEA Member Event: Don't Hold People Accountable, Develop Accountable People
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Join the Senior Executives Association and the Arbinger Institute for this interactive discussion held at the Treasury Executive Institute. Learn with Arbinger's Cameron Cozzens and hear from a panel of agencies about how changing mindset has been effective in their organizations. Register today to participate in person. More information about live stream availability will be sent out in the coming months.

When: January 30, 2020
9:00 - 11:00 am
Where: Treasury Executive Institute
1722 I Street NW
Lower Level
Washington, District of Columbia  20006
United States
Contact: Jason Briefel

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Don't Hold People Accountable, Develop Accountable People

Building a workforce dynamic enough to anticipate and respond to ever-changing political challenges, generation gaps, and government disruption requires more than the outmoded behavioral solutions of the past. A self-accountable, high-performing, and engaged workforce is created by diagnosing and changing the underlying mindset that drives high performance and a self-accountable culture. This critical mindset change moves people and organizations from the self-focus of an inward mindset—which holds others accountable—to the impact and self-accountability focus of an outward mindset.

This session will develop awareness in individuals and people-leaders about the power of mindset and how it underlies, moves, and sustains self-accountable behavior. Participants will learn how to meet high-performance standards through a simple but powerful self-accountability model. They will also learn how to help those they lead become self-accountable for their performance.

** This session is open to current federal employees or those working in the federal space.

** This session is free. In person participants will receive copies of Arbinger Institute's books.

** To learn more about speaker Cameron Cozzens and the Arbinger Institute, visit the website: