The Accountability Dial®: Introduction

Thank you for investing your time to learn how to have more productive, human conversations at work.

Before we get into the specific lessons of the Accountability Dial®, take a moment to discover what Good Accountability means by watching the two videos below. 
Check your email inbox for your welcome message and your first lesson, The Mention. 

You will be seeing a lot of me in the lessons, and you’ll meet a few of the Refound Coaches in the practice videos. If you have questions or need help, please reach out and let me know how I can help. 

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Jonathan Raymond
CEO & Founder of Refound

What does “Good Accountability” mean?

Good Accountability is nothing more than the upholding of a goal—whether that’s a personal New Year’s resolution or a friendly reminder about an upcoming meeting a team member agreed to run. 

This course will walk you through the exercises and key conversations you need to achieve Good Accountability. 

The key framework you’ll learn during the course—the Accountability Dial®—will help you deliver feedback to your team in ways that hold them to their commitments while supporting their growth.

In this video, Jonathan shares the story that inspired the Accountability Dial®.

Have you ever approached feedback like Spencer did? 

Have you ever received feedback like Spencer’s? 

What did you learn from these experiences?

Next Lesson: The Mention

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