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Accountable Leaders Live in a Mindset of Respect

Do you believe that other people have rights, just like you do? That their experiences and insights are as valid as your own? That all human beings have an inherent dignity and worth, regardless of any differences in culture, outlook, or belief system that may exist between them? Do you believe that people have a right to be treated well, and that you should treat them as you yourself would want to be treated? Accountable

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Living the Values: The Key to Accountability in Trying Times

Accountable leaders know that the values of the organization must always connect to the actions and decisions of each and every team member. They also know that Respect has to be one of those values. If team members are not willing to treat each other with respect — whether that is over a political disagreement, a disagreement about how to redecorate the breakroom, or anything in between — then the accountable leader has to call time-out and make sure the value of Respect is restored.

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Thank Them! – That’s Accountable Leadership

Everyone has the ability to make a difference. This year, we have all learned that the hard way. Three or four months ago, many people had this idea that someone who worked the checkout line at a grocery store, or someone who worked for the sanitation department collecting garbage, or someone who delivered food for people who wanted to enjoy a restaurant meal at home, or someone who worked at a similar job, was more

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