Great Leaders are committed to building a “Culture of Accountability” inside their organizations.
At Awesome Journey, a “Culture of Accountability” means:
- People have the ability to account for their performance in their roles within the team.
- People have the ability to count their performance in their roles.
What does counting your performance in your business mean?
First, consider why and how counting creates accountability. At Awesome Journey, we believe that the things which you count as your performance in your business allow you to have power over them. For example, what you can see, you can have power over i.e. choose to do more of, less of, delegate, ask for support, teach, share and so on.
Accessing this power allows you as a leader to make quality decisions to move your business forward.
When you don’t count things that are important to your business, they have power over you and your business. You risk being powerless!
What are you counting in your business?
- Lost business
- Client loyalty
- Safety incidents
Ask yourself “What am I not counting in my business that I need to be, in order to have greater power, velocity, and freedom to create my desired future?