Simplify for Priority Management

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If you feel overwhelmed, unfocused or unmotivated by the growth strategy your company is pursuing, you may be suffering from a common ailment: trying to do too much at once. Priority management is a complicated and arduous process, one that can unfortunately cause more confusion than clarity. When leaders meet to determine the company’s top… Read more »

Change Management 101: Setting Goals & Taking Action

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It isn’t always possible to predict the future or create a plan for every possible scenario, but successful organizations are able to anticipate and adapt to changes they encounter. They stay focused on their mission and goals, and their change management strategy remains consistent with their organizational purpose. As a leader, it is your responsibility… Read more »

4 Tips for Receiving Constructive Criticism at Work

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  Last month, we discussed the best approaches for giving genuine, helpful feedback  to employees without causing hurt feelings or resentment. Now, let’s look at the other side of the coin: how to receive constructive criticism from others without becoming defensive or hurt yourself. It is one thing to be on the giving end of… Read more »

How to Avoid the Blame Game & Foster Personal Accountability

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When problems arise at work, an unpleasant situation can quickly escalate into a serious conflict if colleagues start to blame one another. Tempers flare, fingers point and in the end, nothing is resolved. As a leader in your organization, it is important for you to create a culture of personal accountability through your own actions,… Read more »