As part of its Small Business Week celebration, the Greenwood SC Chamber will close out the week’s events by hosting a half-day business seminar on workplace accountability on May 4.
In recent years, the topic of accountability has taken a front seat as one of the top priorities of leadership. Much is written about the lack of accountability and what needs to be done about it. The seminar’s objectives will address issues head-on by providing proven strategies for all employees including senior executives, midlevel managers, supervisors, team leads, project managers and employees in general. When accountability is done right and owned by all employees it makes a positive impact on achieving results, improved performance and overall organizational health.
The seminar is being presented by Trisha Craven and Claire Kuhl of E2 , an organizational development firm committed to developing appropriate competencies and the right culture to promote increased performance at all levels in an organization. Both Craven and Kuhl are experienced professionals in developing people, improving work processes and organizations bringing a wealth of knowledge, insight and passion in achieving higher levels of performance. Headquartered in Greenwood, SC, their work covers all sectors of business and industry and has a nationwide reach.
The seminar will be held on Friday, May 4 from 8:00 – 11:45 a.m. at Piedmont Technical College’s Conference Center in Room 219-C.
Tuition is $40 for Chamber members and $50 for non-Chamber members. Registration fee includes seminar materials and breakfast. To register, visit www.GreenwoodSCchamber.org or call (864) 889-9314.