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Resetting accountability for success 2023054W is a Course

Resetting accountability for success 2023054W

Mar 29, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023

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Date and time

Wednesday 29 March 2023, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm

Delivery mode

Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event


Principal, Senior Leader


‘We just need people to be more accountable’ is a phrase Dr Paige Williams often hears from the school leaders she works with. The problem is, when leaders say this, what their people hear is ‘You’re not doing enough,’ or ‘You’re letting me down.’ And this is because accountability is often what gets discussed when things are going wrong, rather than as a means of setting things up for success.

This webinar will help leaders better understand:

  • The three main issues that hold leaders back from resetting accountability
  • How to set reset accountability expectations to bring out the best in themselves and their people
  • Why partnering is the critical relationship dynamic for accountability success
  • The mindset that sets accountability up for success for leaders and their teams.

So that they…

Think: Resetting accountability will improve the performance of my team and help me be more effective as a leader.

Feel: Curious and ready to experiment with resetting accountability to see what benefits it delivers.

Do: Experiment with applying new approaches to accountability to a challenge they are facing right now with their team.

'Accountability may be the most powerful and pervasive influence on human behavior.'

- Prof Philip E Tetlock

Key takeaways 

  • a better understanding of the three main issues that hold leaders back from resetting accountability

  • awareness of how to reset accountability expectations to bring out the best in themselves and their people.


Presenter information


Dr Paige Williams

Dr Paige Williams is an author, researcher and PhD in Organisational Behaviour. A trusted advisor and mentor to senior leaders across business, government, education and beyond, she uses a potent blend of neuroscience, psychology and her own twenty-plus years of international business leadership experience to surface uncomfortable truths and help leaders see the rules they need to break in order to breakthrough and lead themselves, their teams, and their organisations to thrive. The results are dramatic and measurable.

An Honorary Fellow of the Centre for Wellbeing Science and an Associate of Melbourne Business School, Paige is known as a leadership and culture expert. The potent combination of real-life leadership experience and deep academic knowledge fuels Paige’s ’superpower’ of translating complex ideas and academic research to make them real, relevant, and relatable to the work that leaders do every day. She has worked with thousands of leaders across business, government, NGOs, and education.

Her first book – Becoming AntiFragile, Learning to Thrive through Disruption, Challenge and Change - was published in 2020 and her latest book Own It! Honouring and Amplifying Accountability explores why accountability is the strategic imperative in the post-COVID economic landscape, and how to get it. Her work has been featured in a variety of academic and non-academic journals including Psychology Today, Smart Company, Australian Financial Review and Human Resource Management.