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Month: March 2020

Accountability and the Coronavirus Crisis

Usually, these articles are about accountable leadership in business settings. This week, though, I came across a news story that reminded me how vital accountability is outside of the office. The whole nation, in fact the whole world, is in the grips of a major public health crisis: the rapid spread of the COVID2019 virus, popularly known as the coronavirus. This is no laughing matter. It is something we are all facing, and something we

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USA Gymnastics, Simone Biles, and the Failure of Accountability

Ethan Bauer, a reporter for the Deseret News, recently interviewed me as part of a story on the unprecedented public criticism leveled at USA Gymnastics (USAG) and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) by US gymnast Simone Biles. She and other athletes spoke up frankly about the failure of accountable leadership in both organizations to respond effectively to the massive sexual abuse scandal that has grown for years now, like a malignant tumor, on

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This Is What Accountable Leadership Looks Like

You may have seen the video that went viral about a luggage handler recklessly throwing passenger bags around at Manchester Airport in England. If you didn’t, here’s a look. The flight’s passengers (and plenty of others) were furious at the sight of the bags being tossed right through the baggage cart, and rightly so. In a world where there are many, many accounts of customer sharing (valid) complaints about their flying experiences, I was reluctant

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