Be Accountable

 

A common challenge for leaders is to get their teams to take ownership for the goals they have set. Increase ownership by regularly sharing with your team why their work matters and how it influences the organization for good. We have found that team members feel a greater responsibility towards each other than they do towards the organization itself.

By increasing their accountability to each other, you increase the degree to which they feel responsible to deliver on their portion of the goal because they don’t want to let the team down.

For more information, read this article titled The Key to Engagement and Accountability.


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