Let’s provide some clarity around these terms…
An accountable person is ultimately answerable for the activity or decision. The responsible person actually completes the task.
Can you think of ONE example of accountability you have experienced in the past six months? This is where you or someone else put your hand up and said, “I did this and I’m sorry. The buck stops with me.”
It doesn’t happen very often, does it?
In our new virtual world, it is now more common for clients to postpone or cancel training workshops as the traditional consequences of hotel booking penalties have largely disappeared.
Such precipitate action falls most heavily on the shoulders of trainers should the training they agreed to deliver is postponed or cancelled.