313 Performance and Accountability in a Virtual World
With so many employees working remotely, how can managers and leaders monitor performance? What does accountability look like in a socially distanced work environment? Are we monitoring people or outcomes? And what if virtual work becomes the norm? The pandemic has created challenges and tremendous opportunities for rethinking these topics. This course examines how to adjust our understanding of accountability and performance to meet the new normal.
- Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define performance that is not tied to “face” or “seat” time
- Consider what accountability looks like in a virtual world
- Work more intentionally on creating an accountable culture in a “new normal”
Dr. Mary Kirlin is a consultant with local governments and a former public policy professor at Sacramento State University.