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.
When you design your culture with purpose, on purpose and for a purpose you end up with a high performance culture where people want to be accountable. Discover how to do this.
Why are some organizations such frantic places to work and others calm, peaceful and highly productive? Ultimately it comes down to one thing.
We are accountable to keep our commitments to people. Accountability always involves people and relationships. How we see people will determine if we are accountable to them.
The privilege of leadership is directly connected to honor and service. Honor flows to the leader because of the impact they have had on the organization and the people they lead.
Everything rises and falls on leadership. The leader’s energy sets the pace.
Business executives looking for a competitive advantage today, want their people to be accountable. The problem is that for some time now society has misunderstood what accountability really is.
We hear it all the time. “I want my kids to be more accountable.” “I wish my people would be more accountable.” “They should be more accountable.” We tend to focus on our need for the people around us to be accountable. The truth is that only when we choose to be accountable will the people in our personal and professional lives be accountable.
All too often we want in others what we don’t have in ourselves. Accountability is no different.
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