Every day in the workplace we ask if employees are on track...
(PRWEB) October 30, 2015
Karen Casanovas is The Growth Company's corporate trainer and business coach. Karen possesses a wealth of expertise in many aspects of organizational performance, leadership development, team dynamics, transitional change, strategic human resource management, nonprofit accountability, measurement systems, and consulting.
A seasoned professional, Karen has worked with film and television production companies, Alaska Native corporations, oil and gas entities, and federal, state and local government agencies for over 30 years. She has facilitated classes for travel, tourism, hospitality, trade associations, senior citizen groups, pageantry, art councils, the airline industry and more.
Today, she releases an article about accountability.
"Professors and researchers at West Virginia University recently discovered the biggest automotive cover-up??! How is this possible? Accidentally of course; and through a huge lapse in accountability...
Every day in the workplace we ask if employees are on track with project deadlines, teams are meeting their quarterly goals, and if that email request was sent. What happens is that workers get behind on deadlines, they don’t meet goals, and oh, they completely forgot to send that email you asked them to..."
Read the full article here.
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