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Making No Decision Is Making A Decision: The Ryanair Debacle

A leader with a commitment to a value like “We stand by our passengers and employees when all hell breaks loose,” or with a commitment to securing the airline’s good reputation, would have jumped all over this event, right away. That leader would have made certain that the whole world knew that both the leader and the airline considered such abuse intolerable, would have rejected racism and discrimination in all its forms, and would have announced that a full internal review of the incident was underway.

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Accountable Leadership Wins A Nobel Prize

So: What this woman is doing is courageous. It is true leadership. And yes, it is accountable leadership. I share Murad’s story with you today not just because it is inspiring on a human level – although it certainly is that – but because I want you to notice that two of the specific commitments Murad has championed, since her escape from hell on earth in 2014, are absolutely critical for accountable leadership in any realm. Those two commitments are: “I tell the truth” and to “It’s all of us.”

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The Heart of Accountability

Having a heart for accountability produces a want to attitude for accountability. Listen as Sam shares a story about how having a heart for accountability can affect the world we live in.

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Accountability is All About Relationships

On the other hand … when there is a personal commitment to an “it’s all of us” relationship … when the leader does model that value, is personally committed to it, and makes sure it is a personal accountability to every person on the team… an amazing thing happens. Everyone on the team buys into “It’s all of us,” regardless of the role that individual plays … and every member of the team becomes accountable to every other member.

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This Is What Accountable Leadership Looks Like

The big takeaways here for leaders are: make good on your commitments to your customers and your employees; take appropriate action even when people you don’t employ make mistakes; and focus on always making decisions around what you say you believe and value.

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The Highest Form of Leadership

Accountability will always be the highest form of leadership. Listen as Sam shares how important this is, and how it affects those around us. The accountable leader will always be effective when this skill is applied.

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What Are You Focused On?

Making sure that we are focused on the right things is important for the accountable leader. Listen as Sam shares the importance of knowing where your focus is going, and how it affects the people you lead and serve.

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Transparency

Being transparent with the people we lead is important for the accountable leader! Listen as Sam shares on how we can learn and lean into being transparency.

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