The Accountable Leader by Brian Dive

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ISBN 109780749454906

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Centered around three themes — leadership, accountability and organizational structure — this book explores what it means for managers to be held accountable at every level and argues that most leadership-related problems arise from the ineffectiveness of organizational structures that lack accountable jobs.

The core idea of this book is that strong leadership accountability requires a dual approach. First, leaders must demonstrate personal ownership for their roles, step up and be accountable at a personal level.

Second, leaders must work to build accountability across the organization, within their teams, and at a culture level.

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Organizational structures are ineffective when they do not de /5. The point is, the more an organization shows staff it values accountability, the more likely employees are to mirror and promote accountability.

It Starts With You. A leader who does not hold herself accountable cannot expect to have employees that hold themselves accountable. An organization that lacks accountability is doomed for failure.

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About the authors Brian Dive runs his own business, DMA Consultancy () and is a senior partner in Panthea Leadership consultancy ().Author: Brian Dive. Leaders need to hold themselves accountable. Sometimes, that means apologizing and rectifying the situation. Sometimes it means their departure. Baldoni is the author of 14 books.

“Accountable doesn’t mean blaming people. It means we all as leaders own what we need to do and what we need to get other people to do.” Accountability Gets Results.

Being an accountable leader and insisting on accountability from your team can help you achieve results, according to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Research that I share in my new book, Accountable Leaders, reveals that 51% of leaders are mediocre and unaccountable.

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The accountable leader lets go of responsibility and delegates effectively. Learn about the five key levels of accountability, holding individuals accountable to the team, and overcoming obstacles to cultivate a culture of accountability.

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In the book, Blanchard and his co-authors outline a common problem: your team member just came to you with an issue. Accountability is a desired trait for any organization. If you’re running a business or any organization, expect your members, employees, stakeholders, and shareholders to desire it.

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Be open to your own learning opportunities. Set. A physician leader’s role in holding people accountable is really about helping colleagues to succeed in areas where they struggle. Here are 3 steps to leading with greater accountability: 1.

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With more than a half-million copies sold, The Oz Principle has emerged as one of the most influential and useful business ideas of recent times.In Democracy’s Blameless Leaders, Neil Mitchell examines how leaders in democracies manage the blame for the abuse and the killing of civilians, arguing that politicians are likely to react in a self-interested and opportunistic way and seek to deny and evade accountability.Throughout the book, workplace accountability and culture change thought leaders, Roger Connors and Tom Smith, explore the impact that positive accountability has on organizational culture.

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