Many leaders would say they want to create a culture of accountability, but what does this look like when it’s put into practice? How can you measure accountability within your team or organization? What are some challenges that keep you from holding others accountable? How do you respond to someone who makes excuses?
Careers used to be predictable. There were ladders. Each rung led up the hierarchy. Then individual aspirations and company needs began to evolve. Old ladders became largely inaccessible. Some rungs disappeared, and the space between others shifted from steps to leaps.
In a survey of 2000 employees from many different organizations, only 20% said, "Yes, I have the network I need to get the job done.” Unconnected employees hurt your business when they fail to see the big picture, don't' know how to uncork bureaucratic bottlenecks, and don't contribute to enterprise-wide results.
In our highly competitive culture, teamwork is often impacted negatively by the individual members' efforts to ensure they receive recognition and compensation for their personal creativity. In this webinar, join experts Marcia Hughes and James Terrell as they explore ways to diagnose where the individual needs of the members (talent) get tangled up with the collective productivity of the team and how to sort them out.
Companies that lack concrete plans for identifying and developing future leaders are more likely to struggle with critical long-term issues like strategy implementation and change management. Although the majority of organizations list leadership development among their top priorities, the numbers tell a different story.