Leaders struggle with accountability all the time. They know it’s important. But at Management Action Programs (MAP), we find many don’t know where to start, how to build it, and…
We’re a bit more than halfway through the year. Life is rolling forward and your business gears are in motion. But how’s your accountability with your leadership, your team and your organization at large? Are you on track?
Making Trust Happen: How Pandemic-Proof Leaders Use Goals to Retain Focus for Themselves & Their Teams
It’s nearly impossible today to turn on the news and not hear some story that relates to the topic of trust. In particular, trust in leaders.
You may have heard or personally witnessed that in spite of the pandemic, companies big and small aren’t all cutting back or folding altogether. In their response and recovery, some have capitalized on agility, innovation and proven business practices.
Engaging and aligning your team to vital goals is a powerful key to success in calm waters and through storms. During uncertain or rapidly evolving times, leaders often make the big mistake of micromanaging instead of focusing on positive accountability.
Your business has vital signs. If you don’t know what those are, or if your organization is using multiple terms to describe them, then you can’t diagnose and treat issues when they arise.
A lot of CEOs are confident in their strategy. Fewer are as confident in their ability to carry that strategy out.
A positive accountability approach will cultivate employee satisfaction, grow morale, and nurture a healthy work culture. Here’s how to make your accountability positive and productive.
While it’s sometimes more doable to hold our teams and direct reports accountable, we can sometimes overlook the importance of doing the same for ourselves.
When leaders struggle with company performance, they often want a quick fix. And who can blame them? After all, when it comes to the bottom line, time is of the essence.