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Leadership and Change Management
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5 Key Leadership Behaviors You Must Have
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Accountability Leadership: How To Strengthen Productivity Through Sound Managerial Leadership
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Model the behavior yourself - When leaders are visibly holding their own direct reports accountable, this sends a powerful leading-by-example message to the rest of the organization. Improving accountability in an organization is complex process, not something done by flipping a switch. I recently came across a couple of data points that highlighted this problem, and made me give thought to ways organizations and individual managers could systematically improve it.
An unfortunate combination from a management standpoint. Accordingly, for frustrated CEOs and senior managers, here are five suggestions on how to improve accountability in your organization. Review your organization's incentive comp policies and make sure that they are in fact doing what they're intended to. Nearly one-quarter of companies paying bonuses to failing performers, as in the Towers Watson study?
I managed for over two decades in an incentive comp environment, with comp plan features changing with some frequency - but never once were failing performers bonused.
Things to consider in Change Management
All that does is reward behavior you don't want to reward while potentially demoralizing those doing excellent work. If the standards by which performance is to be measured aren't well-conceived and clear, how can managers hope to hold people accountable to high levels of productivity?
Bringing rigor to the objective-setting process is a solid foundation to build on. If these objectives are meaningful and measurable, then managing becomes a great deal easier - a rational not emotional process.
Are the clear and agreed-upon standards being met? But if they're not - and this should be easy to determine, given well-designed standards - well, that's a problem that needs to be candidly addressed. Different organizations, of course, have different employee evaluation arrangements. But it doesn't really matter if evaluations are formal or informal Then management has a readily available yardstick for accountability, a measuring tool to make evaluations a fact-based, not emotion-driven, discussion.
Management involves conflict, and holding people accountable involves conflict. That's why so many managers prefer to avoid it: It's easier.