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Accountability for Task Management

What is the best tool to finally manage all those tasks on your plate? There may not be a magic bullet, but here is what works: Exploring the characteristics of YOUR ideal tool and following through on weekly goals in a committed group to build your own system.

Accountability groups are at their best when a group of committed peers shares attainable goals in regular intervals, without competition or judgment. Setting doable goals in writing and following up on the associated implementation efforts can be a powerful tool to take full responsibility for big objectives.

We will use S.M.A.R.T. goals, which are:

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Attainable
  • Relevant and
  • Time-based

Evidence has shown that people with chronic disorganization challenges can particularly benefit from ongoing accountability. Membership in the new Accountability for Task Management group will cost $45.00 per quarter. We will maintain an ongoing conversation with special prompts and questions in a dedicated Slack forum. Members should be prepared to make regular contributions to the discussion and we will hold live (recorded) sessions to discuss specific challenges.

The next group starts on: November 1, 2019 - Seating is limited.

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1 Comment

  1. Chris Verduin says:

    Accountability group is aimed at translators only,
    or also interpreters (which have some different challenges).

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