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Anthony Jackson
Professor, Korea (South)
🔥NEW I hope you have big shoulders? That question is not about weight lifting at a fitness gym about a personal trainer asking a client about their strength. Rather it seems to be the opinion of many senior managers and business owners regardless of the industry as to the causes of project failures or failures in general. One thing that may need to be learned (or reacquire) is a lesson in accountability. Accountability means responsible behavior. Means ownership. And it is fully essential at each level of organizations and governments. However, at a fundamental level, accountability is frequently misconstrued by leaders who associate it with them but not to themselves. When leaders take individual accountability, they are prepared to answer for the results of their choices, their behaviors, as well as their behavior in all circumstances in which they are involved. Accountable leaders do not point the finger at others when things go topsy-turvy. Instead, they make things right th (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  Heba
Business Consultant, United Arab Emirates
 

Accountability Empowers your Team Members!

Thank you Anthony, such an interesting and informa (...)

  Theophilus Mothusi Melaetsa
HR Consultant, Botswana
 

Power, Authority are Useless Without a Sense of Responsibility and Accountability

An insightful topic. People are often motivated to (...)

  Praveen Kumar N
Manager, India
 

Accountable Leaders

Excellent One Anthony. Thank you for sharing this. (...)

  Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Accountability is in the Nature of Leadership; not an Add On

Anthony, I do agree with much of what you say, how (...)

  Pierre AKMEL
Strategy Consultant, France
 

Accountable Leadership

Your development on this subject is very close to (...)

  Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Your Bad from my Bad

@Theophilus Mothusi: Agreed. Everyone (leaders /m (...)

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Accountability, Responsibility, Making Mistakes and the Cancel Culture

I'm finding this discussion really interesting and (...)

  Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Blame for Ease or Fame

@Jaap de Jonge: Agreed. There is a quotation to th (...)

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Mechanisms to Promote Accountable Leadership

Yes, a blame or cancel culture may eventually lead (...)

  Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Eventually is Now and Ever Has Been

@Jaap de Jonge: The only point I would disagree wi (...)

 

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