How do we implement accountability strategies that are actually empowering and effective?
In our efforts to lead a group of people toward a shared mission or vision, we must find ways to overcome our negative experiences with accountability and learn to hold ourselves, each other, and our organizations accountable in collaborative, grace-filled, and practical ways.
Other episodes in this series can be found here at theleadersjourney.us/2fw
- Reactions to the idea of accountability from our experiences and our first formation
- Accountability and performance appraisals and feedback
- Using meetings to hold ourselves accountable
- Accountability for ourselves and to each other–accountability structures in The Leader’s Journey
- 200% accountability — Accountability in a collaborative context
- Distinguishing accountability from blame
- Practices for accountability in complexity–being accountable for being accountable
- 2FW Workbook
- Resources for effective feedback: Radical Candor & Crucial Accountability
- Our past podcast on feedback: Giving & Receiving Feedback
- Resources for the structure to support accountability: Traction & 4 Disciplines of Execution
- The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill
- The One Thing by Keller and Papasan, especially Fig. 24 and Fig. 32
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