It is safe to say that the best employers want to foster a culture of accountability in the workplace. In the light of current health and economic crisis, it is imperative that organizations continue to boost employee morale, keep their focus on the business results and hold them accountable for their deliverables.
Accountability in business can, though, sometimes feel like an unattainable standard, a light at the end of a very long and dark tunnel full of business challenges and disengaged employees that hinder the organization’s growth.
But have you ever measured if your business is accountable enough?
The Oz Principle defines accountability as “a personal choice to rise above one’s circumstances and demonstrate the ownership necessary for achieving desired results.”
In this webcast by People Matters and DOOR International South East Asia, you will learn, The four Steps To Accountability®:
Employees actually feel happier and safe when they take more initiative in the workplace. It’s just that simple: create a team where everyone takes accountability for what matters most, and your organizational culture will flourish.
Ricardo LilloCEO, DOOR International, Germany
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