The trouble with accountability is that, well, you have to live it. Patrick Lencioni writes; “Once we achieve clarity and buy-in, it is then that we have to hold each other accountable for what we sign up to do, for high standards of performance and behavior. And as simple as that sounds, most executives hate to do it... .” For many CEO’s, Managers, and Team Leaders, the thought of doing the consistent work around holding others to a clear expectation, measuring results, as well as being transparent about their own personal performance can seem both daunting and uncomfortable.
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by Patrick Thean and the Rhythm Team