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Accountability tops the list of management challenges in many organizations. But most leaders are approaching the issue from a compliance standpoint instead of as a motivational issue. That’s a mistake.
As Scott Blanchard, principal and executive vice president with The Ken Blanchard Companies shares in the company’s January Ignite newsletter, “You cannot crack the whip enough, or hold someone accountable enough, to achieve the kind of results you can if, instead, you focus on helping people understand the vision, care about it deeply, and see themselves as a part of it.”
In Blanchard’s experience, leaders who create that kind of alignment don’t have to worry about accountability. Instead, employees will start holding the leader accountable to clear the way and help employees get things done.
Alignment Can Be A Challenge
In Performance Management: Putting Research into Action, author and consultant William Schiemann shares the results of a Metrus Group…
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