personal accountability

Military Secrets to Creating a Culture of Leadership

Personal Accountability Is Where a Leader Starts the Journey

Dale and Ron talk today about Personal Accountability, which is a leader's capacity to be responsible for his or her personal actions. Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader, leads us through the facets of Personal Accountability, and gives us tips for how to build this characteristic in practical ways and make it a way of life. He talks about a leader's ability to follow through, take responsibility for his or her actions, and take feedback from others.

Personal Accountability: Driving Expectations

In this short video, Choice Works founder and TCL Faculty Member Steve Morris talks about Personal Accountability as a leader. He discusses the Triangle of Choice, and how it can help you gain clarity and self-evaluation.

Owning the Impact Your Leadership Choices

In this short video Jill Morris, TCL Faculty Member and founder of ChoiceWorks Inc, speaks to us about Personal Accountability. She shares her insights on how to create a culture of accountability and why personal accountability is important for those in management.

Overcoming Adversity Through Faith

What are the barriers or buoys in your life right now? How you deal with adversity will be instrumental in how you live your life. All of us have had disappointments, failures, misgivings, and tragedies during our time on this earth; others deal with smaller things that are big obstacles in their work or personal lives.

Seeing Our Blind Spots

Today our guest is Whit Mitchell, executive coach and team dynamics specialist with Price Associates, and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about how identifying your blind spots can help you grow as a leader, and how those closest to you are the ideal group to help you see your blind spots—both good and bad. He details the most effective methods to get feedback, how to encourage open and honest communication, and why coaches are important at every level.

How to Give and Receive Effective Feedback

By Lisa Nielsen

The most valuable lesson I learned in grad school was not a theory, problem-solving technique, or research method. It was learning how others perceived me.

For most of my life I’d had a fear of taking up too much space. In the classroom or workplace I was careful not to speak up too often, lest I be perceived as attention-seeking, egocentric, or dominating. My reticence to speak was built on a series of assumptions I thought of as simple truths.

The Power of Assessments

By Whit Mitchell

As a CEO, director or manager within your organization, what percent of your time each week, month, quarter, even year do you spend dealing with behavioral issues or communication problems?

How often do you drive home from work in a good mood, feeling content with your day? I’d be willing to bet that a satisfying day at work has more to do with the behaviors of those around you than it does with their skills. And the opposite is true when you’ve had a bad day. 

EQ in the Workplace: A Positive Antidote to Bad Behavior

By Lisa Aldisert, AllBusiness.com, January 2016

Most of us have experienced incivility in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior toward coworkers typically stems from a variety of factors: increased workloads resulting in stress and fear, inflated self-importance, the desire to win at all costs, and insensitivity to the needs of others. But what it all boils down to is a lack of respect for colleagues.

Recognizing the 5 Symptoms of ‘Shopkeeper Syndrome’

By Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster, AllBusiness, August 2015

There comes a point in the leadership of every privately-held company when the owner is forced to relinquish a healthy amount of control in order for the company to grow–or continue controlling everything and stagnate.

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