Building team accountability is a great way to improve performance in a team. Team members that take accountability are more likely to put in extra effort, care and attention to making sure the work is done right.
Without accountability, leaders often feel like they are going it alone. If you are the only one who really cares about the quality of the work in your team, it can feel like you’re running around trying to fix everything by yourself.
That’s why we want to be doing things that increase accountability, instead of damage it. Sometimes as leaders, we do things that damage accountability in our teams, even without meaning to.
In this episode, I go through some of the simple actions that leaders sometimes take that can ruin accountability in a team, so you can avoid them!
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- 4 Ways Leaders Damage Accountability in the Workplace.
- 5 Simple Ways to Improve Accountability in Your Team.
- Thoughtful Leader Podcast Episode 32: Why You Can’t Hold Your Team Accountable.
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