As a professional speaker, many times I’m asked, “How does accountability play into organizational growth?” Oh, sure, we understand if we mess up, we need to stand up and say it’s our fault and it won’t happen again. But that’s reactive accountability. What I like to see people do is apply proactive accountability. And by being proactive, you need to know what it is that you’re accountable for. Basically, I believe that there are five
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Butler University made it to the championship game of the NCAA Basketball Tournament and almost won the whole tournament. What really impressed me was the way that Butler University coach, Brad Stevens communicated with his team. In the locker room, before the game, he said six words I’ll never forget. “Be a great teammate. Be accountable.” What a powerful concept. Be a great teammate. In other words, support the other people around you. Be part
The HR Summit in Asia is the largest event of it’s kind in this area. There are many great speakers from around the world and lots of great ideas being shared. I presented on proactive accountability as it applies to leadership development. Sam Silverstein – Singapore from Sam Silverstein on Vimeo.