Maintaining alignment around critical expectations is key for leaders to hold employees accountable for results.
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Leaders can improve their ability to hold people accountable in the workplace by effectively communicating organizational expectations.
Holding employees accountable in the workplace begins with establishing ambitious but achievable expectations.