Winner Best Leadership Book 2015 Indie Excellence Awards. Finalist Business Category 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Finalist Business General Category 2015 International Book Awards.
Do You Still Live In The Hope That Employees Will Follow Through On Their Responsibilities and Commitments? Turn Hope Into Certainty With The New Science of Accountability
Great business leaders understand that acceptance of greater personal accountability and responsibility leads individuals, teams, and organisations back on the path to success.
But with the evolving nature of 21st century business, the practical steps that go into creating a high performance culture of accountability have become more muddled than ever.
Many organisations have seen temporary improvements, implementing traditional systems of accountability in an attempt to drive high performance in the workplace—only to quickly revert back to their old ways, or worse.
The #1 Amazon Best-Seller Accountability Leadership Will Teach You:
- What it really takes to lead a high performance culture of accountability
- Why so many of today’s employees avoid personal accountability and responsibility like the plague, and how to reverse that trend
- How to sustain great performance through inspiring feedback, feed-forward and follow-through
- What an accountability plan is, how to create one, and why it’s considered the “secret weapon” behind successful enterprise transformation
Filled with real world case studies and straightforward, easy to digest research, Accountability Leadership offers practical solutions that are direct, engaging, fast, cost-effective, proven, and easy to implement...
Immediate, Concrete Solutions You’ll Take Away From This Number 1 Amazon Best Seller Include:
- How to transform the “dark side” of accountability into a positive force for change
- Why carrots and sticks no longer work—and what they’ve been replaced with
- How to create compelling consequences that inspire people to perform at their best, and achieve the ultra productive workstate known as “flow”
- Crack the code of high accountability conversations, turning confrontation into a productive and positive opportunity
Accountability Leadership Also Sheds Light On Topics Like...
- How negativity bias covertly sabotages your feedback loop with your employees
- The optimal ratio for positive to negative comments in feedback
- The right amount of autonomy to give employees—without overdoing it
- What lack of recognition is really doing to your workforce (hint: it’s staggering)
- The surprising biochemical effect of praise, and why it cannot fail
Plus, You’ll Also Receive A Special Bonus
Readers can claim an exclusive 20-minute podcast interview with top-rated thought leader Marshall Goldsmith, sharing his powerful experiences and groundbreaking ideas on coaching for accountability leadership—absolutely free.
A Personal Message From The Author
Accountability is arguably the number-one issue that makes or breaks leadership performance today. Yet most of us were never taught this critical skill—not by our parents, teachers or business leaders.
The good news is, accountability can be coached.
Discover the missing link between high performance and accountability with Accountability Leadership.
In five jam-packed chapters, and with clarity, simplicity and candor, Worrall teaches corporate leaders how to create a culture of accountability within their organisations. She also reminds us of the often disastrous consequences of failing to do so.
Marshall Goldsmith, million-selling author of the NYT best sellers, What Got You Here Won't Get You There and Triggers
...highly recommended for personal and professional instructional reference collections.
Midwest Book Review
Without accountability, organisations fail. In my experience, you must promote a culture of top-down accountability if you want to promote excellence in your organisation. And, that's exactly what this book will teach you how to do. Kudos to the author for choosing to address this oft-neglected issue with a powerful and informative book on accountability leadership.
Michael Massie, Author