Personal Accountability

Definition: A measure of the capacity to be answerable for personal actions.

Leaders who are personally accountable take responsibility for their processes, decisions, actions and results. Tomorrow’s leaders must cultivate personal accountability as a cultural value to effectively manage a growing geographically diverse workforce. If you desire long-term success in a leadership role, demonstrating personal accountability is essential. In this section, you will discover the most effective and respected ways to be more personally accountable. To develop this competency you must own the consequences of your choices, deliver the agreed-to results, and help others do the same.

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