Explain yourself. Why do people quit you?
Know what you want before somebody knows it for you.
Unclear expectations are the bane of a leader’s existence both in the giving and in the getting.
In this interview Linda Galindo states why short term fixes to reach quarterly goals leads to punishing the best performers and reverse delegation as well as an approach managers can use to fix it.
A good friend of the boss is not being held accountable. What to do?
This week’s guest blog features an article from MBAPrograms.org, which quotes Linda Galindo sharing advice with entrepreneurs for a problem she sees in businesses more often than not. This is a must read for small business owners.
Replace your to-do list with a more effective method for capturing your commitments: your calendar. Instead of writing a laundry list you never complete, assign each task a specific time on your schedule.
It is demeaning to treat law-breaking bankers like they cannot handle being held accountable. Why demean them in this way?
If your business model is not accountable and down right predatory it seems you have two choices. Clean up your act or be forced to do so.
Do you have an internal cranky conversation? Being accountable for it can change your life…for the better!
This executive came to realize that he confused accountability with authority and viewed accountability as a zero-sum game; if one person was accountable for a situation or result, then everyone else wasn’t. He’s changed his mind!
Self-reporting is the ultimate in accountability, as an individual, a team, a company. Do you see the extraordinary cost of “getting caught”.