Accountability Doesn’t Just Happen

If you are a leader, manager, supervisor, director, boss. . .  you have others who are (or should be!) accountable to you.

But it is not unusual to have accountability problems, such as staff who miss deadlines or submit substandard work.  If this sounds familiar, you’ll find 3 Ways to Build Accountability On Your Team helpful.

Not surprisingly, things like communication, feedback, and consequences are important!

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