Fostering personal commitment to results is particularly challenging for companies with remote and flexible staff. Follow these tips to keep everyone engaged.
When a result isn’t achieved, that’s when most of us start hearing words like “responsibility” and “accountability.” While responsibility is appreciated and often used correctly, accountability continues to be misperceived and gets a bad rap—we’re here to tell you why it shouldn’t.
There are a number of critical success factors when it comes to making accountability stick—but the key is integration.
Stay engaged, be persistent, think differently, create new linkages, take initiative, and step out of your comfort zone!