Accountability – How to Hold Your Remote Employees Accountable

Tuesday, May 26

9:00 am to 11:00 am

Accountability means helping people to take responsibility for their obligations. It is up to managers to make sure their teams know what they are supposed to do and have what they need to get the job done. This session introduces managers to tools they need to hold employees accountable – even in remote work situations – and helps them to meet their goals.

Five of the six sessions in the series will be taught by Sheila Blair, a highly experienced trainer with expertise in areas such as audit compliance, data analysis, project management, budget management, efficiency, strategic planning, change management, expert training, website design, continuous improvement, marketing, workforce development, curriculum development and organizational compliance. 

She holds a master of science degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Baker College, a bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis on business and psychology from the University of Toledo, and an associate of arts degree in communications from Wayne County Community College.  Blair is a member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists, Project Management Institute, National Association for Professional Women, and Business and Professional Women’s Foundation.

To register for the series or any of the individual sessions, contact Barry Kinsey via email at

Working Remotely photo