A New Way to Think About Accountability

October 14th, 2014  | 

Published in Accountability

Practiced effectively, accountability is less about punishment and more about creating a support system for winners. How will shifting your perspective on accountability improve your employee relations and generate positive results for your organization?

Daniel Pink says, “Great leaders understand that talented people thrive in a culture where accountability is a support system for success.” Is that the kind of company culture you are developing for your employees?

I look forward to discussing this with you at The Ownership Thinking Conference in San Antonio, TX this week. Be sure and join me as we consider “A New Way to Think About Accountability” on October 16th.

If you want to see more information, you can see my virtual invitations:
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About the Author: Greg Bustin advises leaders of some of the world’s most admired companies, and he’s dedicated a career to working with CEOs and the leadership teams of hundreds of companies in a range of industries. He’s facilitated more than 200 strategic planning sessions, and he’s delivered more than 500 keynotes and workshops on five continents. His fifth leadership book—How Leaders Decide: A Timeless Guide to Making Tough Choices—examines 52 of history’s greatest triumphs and tragedies and debuted in April as the #1 new historical reference book on Amazon.

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