We’ve all seen the online videos of the person being dragged off of the United Airlines flight. It looked terrible. It was terrible. There are several issues at play here that show a lack of accountability.
When you help someone be accountable both parties benefit. When you hold someone accountable it’s one-sided. When you help someone be accountable you get a result and through the experience the person grows.
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If we don’t demand the truth we cannot also expect accountability to be present. When we stop setting the expatiation of honesty chaos presents itself. It may not be popular or easy to confront someone but settling for anything less than the absolute and compete truth creates a culture where anything goes.
We have an accountability to everyone around us. Accountability isn’t in one direction. Accountability truly is a 360 degree relationship.
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All to often we hear someone say, “You have to hold them accountable.” Or we hear a leader say, “I’m going to hold you accountable.” The truth is that it should never be about holding people accountable. We, as leaders, should be helping people be accountable. There is a big difference between the two.
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Why are some organizations such frantic places to work and others calm, peaceful and highly productive? Ultimately it comes down to one thing.