3 tips to help you ignite the conversations that will develop a culture of true accountability
How to encourage employees to succeed and grow while advancing the goals and initiatives that are critical to your organization’s success
Maximizing an organization’s potential requires multiple factors and strategies. One of the most important is developing accountability, making sure every member of the team, including the leaders themselves, understands the impact that their efforts and decisions have on the organization’s success.
True accountability empowers every team member from the top down to make better decisions, take smarter risks, and contribute to the overall health and well-being of their organization. True accountability cannot be taught or dictated - it must be fostered and cultivated through continuous attention and reinforcement.
What can you do to promote higher levels of accountability on your team and throughout your organization? It starts with exploring the conversations you are or are not having with yourself and your employees. Join Fierce Master Facilitator, Beth Wagner, as she shares 3 tips to help you ignite the conversations that will develop a culture of true accountability, and encourage employees to succeed and grow while advancing the goals and initiatives that are critical to your organization’s success.
With our Fierce Accountability work, one of the foundational concepts is: If it is to be, it is up to me. And yes, that means ifa situation is going to change, you are responsible. That is the hard part.
Intention is defined as a determination to act in a certain way. While many organizations have values that create intention, oftentimes the values are not being tied to desired leader and employee actions. In other words, there is a need to define how your employees behave in everyday situations to demonstrate the organization’s most critical values. It sounds so simple, yet it is often overlooked.