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Corporate Culture: Accountability Means Acting on What You Stand For

How do you build an accountable corporate culture? Microsoft just gave us all a lesson. If you go to Microsoft’s website and take a look at their corporate values, you will come across this powerful sentence: We recognize privacy as a fundamental human right. Inspiring…but there is a potential problem. Just posting those words is not enough to build or sustain a corporate culture that features commitments that support this value. That takes more than

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The Kansas City Royals Show What Accountable Leadership Looks Like

One of the critical commitments that accountable leaders take on is called IT’S ALL OF US. When you make this commitment, you accept that you do not succeed unless the other person succeeds — and you accept that if the other person fails, you fail. An organization built on this value treats its employees like family, and it doesn’t walk away from them in tough times. This connects to a related commitment, to STAND WITH

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A Question For The New Year

One of the questions I ask leaders — a question that sometimes makes them a little uncomfortable — is a fairly simple, direct one: Do you tell your people the truth? It’s a deeply relevant question, I think, as we approach the New Year. Forget, for a moment, whether you feel your people tell you the truth, or how you feel about it on those occasions when you can prove that they don’t. (That’s actually

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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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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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