Vistage peers weigh in: Accountability means acting with integrity and purpose
Accountability at every level
The employee who goes above and beyond to get the job done well and on time is an invaluable asset to any organization. But what about the manager who inspires that employee to be accountable and to perform with such integrity? What about the CEO who models the values of the company, who lives the mission statement and who works with the kind of passion she wants to see in her team? That CEO — the key executive who demonstrates accountability and integrity — is the cornerstone of good business and great employee morale.
Here, members of the Vistage community and the Vistage Research Center share their ideas on integrating improved accountability into your workplace:
- How a leader models accountability. Performing with accountability and integrity starts at the top.
- Working with integrity Establish and nurture trust and integrity by modeling follow-through, living your company’s values, and expecting the same of your team.
- Take 7 steps to increased accountability Seven workplace-tested tactics for accountable work habits at all levels of your organization
- Cascading accountability throughout the organization Accountability can be part of your strategic plan for success
- Living your core values: Winning through accountability The leader who walks the walk drives up the morale and commitment of the team
We want to hear from you. Please leave a comment below and tell us the impact you’ve seen from accountable behavior in the C-suite?
Tags: Accountability, Employee motivation, integrity, Organizational Core Values, Values, Workplace Culture