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December 16th, 2014  | 

Published in Accountability

Voting closes on December 26th on the Best and Worst in Accountability in 2014.

Vote today for the Best among five candidates and the Worst among five candidates. By voting, you have the opportunity to receive one of 10 signed copies of my new book, “Accountability,” named one of the best business books of 2014 by Soundview.

Here’s an example of a company where accountability is a support system for winners. As good as this example is, it wasn’t good enough to make the final cut for the Best and Worst in Accountability in 2014.

Gannett is best known for its USA Today property, though it also owns other media properties. In 2009, Gannett was loaded with debt, advertising revenue was down significantly and the stock had tanked. Gracia Martore became CEO in October 2011 and has transformed the business through a combination of savvy acquisitions, diversification and holding people accountable…starting with herself. In just two years, the company’s performance has made it one of the top 10 value creators for shareholder value in the S&P 500.

What do you think?  Vote in the Best and Worst Accountability Survey today!

About the Author: Greg Bustin is an executive coach, consultant and speaker who has delivered more than 500 keynotes and workshops on five continents. www.bustin.com Greg advises leaders at some of the world’s most admired companies, and his views about leadership have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Chief Executive, Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., Investor’s Business Daily, Leader to Leader, and other major publications. He’s written five leadership books. His newest book, How Leaders Decide: A Timeless Guide to Making Tough Choices (Sourcebooks), examines decision-making in history’s greatest triumphs and tragedies. How Leaders Decide

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