Accountability for results and behaviors

Over the past two weeks I’ve had four different company presidents tell me that their managers are good at following action plans, but not so good at working together.  Accountability applies to results and to behaviors.  Both must be built into planning and accountability processes and then reviewed regularly.  Posters with platitudes and statements of values mean nothing if managers aren’t demonstrating supportive behaviors.

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