How to write my Accountability document

Use this template to explain how you will make your organization accountable to others or how you will require accountability from someone else. Including plan for accountability may make perspective client trust you more than your competitors. The term " Accountability" generally means how individuals or organizations will be rated according to results and how they will accept responsibility for their actions. system of accountability often implies measurement or judgment of the outcome of actions by an external group. For example employees are generally accountable to their bosses police officers to police review boards and students to teachers or principals. An accountability plan should not necessarily be negative but should instead discuss how and when actions or results will be judged and describe what will happen in the case of both positive and negative judgments. Introduce the importance of accountability to your organization. For example have you promised to meet certain measurable goals by specific dates or does your organization have an ongoing responsibility to the community that should be evaluated periodically. Describe those goals or obligations here. Describe how your actions or results will be measured. For example your division may have promised to increase your companys revenue by ten percent or your school may have vowed to increase student test scores how and when will that be measured and who will do the measuring. What will happen if you meet or surpass your goal. What will happen in the case of failure to achieve the desired result.

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How do you write a Accountability document?

Use this template to explain how you will make your organization accountable to others or how you will require accountability from someone else. Including plan for accountability may make perspective client trust you more than your competitors. The term " Accountability" generally means how individuals or organizations will be rated according to results and how they will accept responsibility for their actions. system of accountability often implies measurement or judgment of the outcome of actions by an external group. For example employees are generally accountable to their bosses police officers to police review boards and students to teachers or principals. An accountability plan should not necessarily be negative but should instead discuss how and when actions or results will be judged and describe what will happen in the case of both positive and negative judgments. Introduce the importance of accountability to your organization. For example have you promised to meet certain measurable goals by specific dates or does your organization have an ongoing responsibility to the community that should be evaluated periodically. Describe those goals or obligations here. Describe how your actions or results will be measured. For example your division may have promised to increase your companys revenue by ten percent or your school may have vowed to increase student test scores how and when will that be measured and who will do the measuring. What will happen if you meet or surpass your goal. What will happen in the case of failure to achieve the desired result.

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The editable Accountability template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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