Accountability is the skill we use to own our actions, whether they’re good or bad. Being accountable means the people around us can rely on our honesty. When we’re accountable, we can admit our mistakes and take responsibility for them. We can also learn from our mistakes and improve. Good accountability can help us have stronger relationships and feel better about ourselves.
In this course we'll:
- Explore accountability skills and why they’re important
- Learn about our values and how they affect our accountability
- Develop strategies for setbacks with our accountability
The Accountability course is part of the UP Skills for Work program which helps you build skills for learning, work, and life. When you have these skills, you have the foundation you need to work well with others — at work, at home, and in your community. The UP Skills for Work program courses include: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Collaboration, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, Reading, Writing, Numeracy, Digital, Problem Solving, Confidence, Communication, Creativity and Innovation.
This course is made possible through the generous support of Canada Life, the founding sponsor of UP Skills for Work, and is funded in part by the Government of Canada under the Future Skills program. To learn more about the program, please visit the UP Skills for Work website.