DateDecember 2, 2019
CategoryBusiness, Business Excellence, CEO, Culture, Employees, Ethics, Leadership Development, Peer Groups, Renaissance Executive Forums
Moving from being a Victim to a Victor.
Wouldn’t it be great if your team was more accountable for their actions? You certainly are. The buck stops with you and you take your responsibility very seriously. How can you teach your team to do the same, and move from acting like a victim to being a victor?
The Accountability Ladder
One of my CEO Peer Group members shared this recently during our Renaissance Executive Forums meeting in DFW. It is a simple illustration to help your team see how they may be stuck in a victim mode, and how they can move up to be a victor.
This is a consistent complaint I hear from leaders here in DFW. Your job as CEO is to build a culture where your team is freed up to take accountability for their actions and lead with confidence.
Watch this video and see what I’m talking about.
One of the best values of being in our CEO Peer Groups in DFW is the accountability to your own goals. No one is telling you what to do, but we are supporting you in the things that you care about the most so you get them done.
Click here to download a copy of the Accountability Ladder.
If this is something you want to work on, contact me today and let’s put a plan in place to help you and your team be there best.