There has never been a better time for leaders to master accountability to self and to others. We are navigating unpredictable challenges in our disrupted world. We have down sized, eliminated, and restructured roles. We have increased our productivity even as we work from home. We are all sitting with some anxiety and fear as
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Over the years, many clients and colleagues have heard me ask: ‘What do you have control over right now?” I was reminded of the power of that question in a recent group conversation when a CEO asked that of his team, as a strategy for supporting them, through the challenges we are faced with today.
Over the past few weeks in my coaching practice, there have been constant reminders of how we avoid what feels like an uncomfortable conversation, and the consequences of that avoidance. The need for the conversation seldom goes away, it often grows in magnitude with auxiliary consequences such as: Others being brought into the conversation Broken
David chats with Linda about coaching accountability, asking clients tough questions and celebrating results. (47 Minutes)
What gets in the way of holding yourself accountable? Personal Accountability seems simple and yet can be so difficult. The stakes are high when we are not accountable: lost trust, diminished credibility, lost self-confidence, damaged relationships and compromised results. Accountability does matter and can support or destroy our success. Three Common Excuses Here are three
I have always had a hunger for learning and growth. And I find opportunities to stretch my brain in many different places – sometimes formal learning (Royal Roads University is my favourite), often a webinar, podcast, speaker, conference, online research or white papers, etc…. But the biggest learning of my lifetime was a trip to