5 key realities of accountability in the workplace

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Not sure how to increase accountability in the workplace? Sometimes managers avoid the topic because they find it uncomfortable.

Sometimes teams experience so much change that productivity expectations just come secondary to getting everyone through their challenges.

But not being intentional about workplace accountability is bad all around.

It’s bad for employees who may wonder whether or not they’re performing well enough. For instance, imagine a salesperson who rarely meets a tracked sales goal, but doesn’t discuss it with a manager.

And a lack of accountability at work sends a message to your staff that standards don’t matter all that much.

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