Your leaders are expected to have their fingers on the pulse, so that they can sharpen your organizational culture, on-going.
Is yours an accountability culture? How do you know? One of the easiest ways to determine if accountability is part of the way things get done in your organization is by listening in on conversations. Evaluate if you are hearing any parts of the following 4 most common excuses indicative of a non-accountable culture:
One of my clients empowered every manager to consistently ask one question of employees: What did you do, today, to move the organization’s goals forward? You can only imagine how accountable every team member became.
Accountable leaders work diligently to maintain company-wide focus on the achievement of the organization’s most critical business goals and drive towards results. When most conversations are about taking action and finding solutions vs. finding excuses, you may be on the right path towards, or may have already achieved, an accountability culture. Well done!
If not, consider taking your employees and leaders through an action-packed exploration into how personal accountability can be sparked by attending our Accountability Workshop. I would love to hear how you might characterize poor accountability in your environment.
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