When accountability is used to force compliance, people tend to skew the number, hide information, and avoid seeing the truth. When you talk about creating a culture of accountability do people roll their eyes? Or do they tense up? It doesn’t have to be this way.
What if you could create a culture where employees crave feedback and willingly course-correct without being reprimanded?
WHAT TO EXPECT
On our weekly ZOOM calls I’ll facilitate some discussion and teach a skill or concept.
If you have a success you’d like to share, you will also have a chance to speak. If you want spot coaching on the live calls, we’ll make time for that.
Private Email Access
You have access to me via email during the work week. I’ll be answering emails from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CST) every day. If you want email coaching, you need to use email. I’ll get your permission to share anything that is shared at the virtual round table, otherwise my advice will be private. Please whitelist my email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Consulting and Coaching
If you request advice or some coaching, I’ll give what I can by email. You can decide to try the ideas, or let the ideas inspire you in a different direction.
On the Spot Celebrations and Coaching
If you are courageous you can share your challenges on the group calls, as well as any successes you have.
Inspired (but Sporadic) Group Email Communications
Because this is a pilot, you may receive a few group emails where I share some insights or resources. You are welcome to give me your feedback about what’s working or not working. My intention is to support your growth, not overwhelm you, give you “homework” or tell you what to do. LOL!. You already know what works for you and what you are willing to try.
Is this Leadership Roundtable for You?
- Managers avoid performance conversations
- Accountability equals punishment
- There’s a lack of ownership and responsibility
- Productivity suffers due to rework
- Bottlenecks are common
- A lack of trust slows decision making
- Surprise firings happen too often
- You want to create a more accountable culture
- You want performance to elevate performance without sacrificing relationships
We’ll identify three common barriers to creating an accountable culture and introduce the six elements that must be in place to support an environment of enlightened accountability.