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By Greg Bustin

Accountability is likely one of the largest demanding situations company leaders face, however it can be the most vital components resulting in luck. This groundbreaking ebook explains why and how.

Top enterprise advisor and speaker Greg Bustin has devoted a occupation to operating with CEOs and the management groups of businesses in this an important subject. during the last 5 years, he has interviewed and surveyed greater than 3,200 executives round the world—from such prominent businesses as Marriott, box shop, Ernst & younger, Sony, Herman Miller, Nucor, and Southwest Airlines—to know the way high-performing companies effectively create and maintain a tradition of function, belief, and achievement. alongside the best way, Bustin built a suite of management instruments that may elevate responsibility and force good fortune for any form of organization.

Accountability will rework how you deal with, retain, and inspire your self, your crew, and, eventually, your...

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For whatever reason, these employees no longer agree with nor are they passionate about the mission, vision, values, or strategy of their current organization. They are playing along. No one wants a disgruntled person on their team. People who are unhappy should go for their sake as well as for everyone else’s. Let’s face it. If your biggest problem is getting from Point A to Point B, you want people on your team you can count on. Performing at high levels has never been tougher. You need full commitment, not halfhearted effort.

Greg gets it right by focusing not on promises made or broken, but on the relationships we build to earn trust with our coworkers. ” —Paul Spiegelman, Chief Culture Officer of Stericycle, author of the New York Times bestselling Patients Come Second “Companies everywhere are looking for ways to improve performance and their competitive position. Much of the time, this can come from simply doing the basics well. In Accountability, Greg Bustin defines and explains accountability in a way that is easily understood and translated into day-to-day actions.

More freedom. More personal satisfaction. More of the good life. Their natural abilities and persistence to succeed help make them winners on a certain scale. As their responsibility grows, some leaders gradually discover they are working harder than ever. They may have some nice grown-up toys and are still in charge, but they often find they spend more time away from their personal pursuits of happiness than they would like. Or that the work they are doing is no longer fulfilling. Unexpected personal challenges may surface.

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