Many of you have heard me speak about the importance of accountability as a necessary ingredient for a successful business. But, many of you find it challenging to have those perceived difficult conversations with your team. I’m hopeful that this month’s article with provide you with some additional guidance and encourage you to include accountability in your businesses.
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Hold Your Employees Accountable without Damaging Company Culture 2019
Many business leaders have worked hard to build their company’s culture, only to realize that they’ve created a culture without accountability. There’s a healthy work/life balance and employees enjoy being together, but productivity isn’t as strong as it should be and no one seems to be on the same page.
Many leaders are afraid of being “the heavy” and ruining company culture by suddenly holding employees accountable for their work. How can you create accountability throughout your organization without damaging morale?
Here are five ways to develop a healthy culture of accountability that your employees will be grateful for.