Great leaders help their team members be accountable for the work they must achieve.
Instead of checking “up” on a person, they check “in” to see how things are going and how they can be of help.
These leaders are supportive, work to remove barriers, and empower individuals to do the work they are capable to do. They create the vision for what’s possible, and connect individuals to the larger goals.
In this competency guide, you’ll learn:
- Three steps to develop accountability in the workplace
- Common barriers to accountability
- Supporting behavior statements and development activities