Leadership Insights on Being Accountable
- 9 videos | 31m 11s
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The accountable leader lets go of responsibility and delegates effectively. Learn about the five key levels of accountability, holding individuals accountable to the team, and overcoming obstacles to cultivate a culture of accountability.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Acquire insights on the various obstacles to accountability in the workplace.Acquire insights on getting more results by becoming accountable.Acquire insights on how to become an effective delegator.Acquire insights on how leaders prepare themselves to lead ethically by thinking in terms of long-term impact, and not just short-term gains.Acquire insights on the five levels of accountability at the workplace.
Acquire insights on how a company can reap positive results by shifting accountability.Acquire insights on the importance of individual accountability in an organization.Acquire insights on the importance of self trust.Acquire insights on how to hold yourself accountable for doing what's important.
IN THIS COURSE
3m 28sEmployees who are rewarded for individual performance have no incentive to be accountable for others. These managers and teams play a game where they win and others lose. Some managers will play for the entire enterprise, but they are few and far between. FREE ACCESS
3m 9sMove from being the go-to person to being a leader of go-to teams by becoming accountable for results. FREE ACCESS
2m 9sYou don't get better by delegating more—you get better by delegating more effectively. That means talking with employees about their responsibilities and yours. FREE ACCESS
3m 2sBob Sutton describes organizations where everyone feels individually accountable. People are recruited who reflect that mindset, and are placed in groups that live the mindset. These employees feel obligated to correct each other, and admit their mistakes publicly. FREE ACCESS
3m 1sLevels 1 and 2 are accountability for yourself and your people. That’s usually as good as it gets. Level 3 is accountability for peers, level 4 is accountability for the boss, and 5 is for the enterprise. Division heads can demonstrate accountability at level 5. He gives an example. FREE ACCESS
3m 24sSimon Sinek suggests that using “I intend” could have positive consequences for a company. FREE ACCESS
2m 21sOrganizations are too complex for leaders to have the answers, or to be able to micromanage all the details effectively. Instead, leaders need to create a culture that delegates with accountability while reducing risk. FREE ACCESS
6m 37sSelf trust is about you and your credibility. The four cores of credibility are your integrity; your intent; your capabilities; and your results. FREE ACCESS
4mDo you have the strength to act according to your values? With these easy techniques, you can hold yourself accountable for doing what's important. FREE ACCESS
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