ACCOUNTABLEAssuming personal responsibility


Being accountable means stepping up and taking responsibility. As a leader, this includes taking responsibility for both your own actions and those of the people you lead. People must take ownership of their actions and responsibilities for organizations to thrive, and leaders specifically must hold themselves and others accountable for key resources (e.g., time & money), and stakeholders (e.g., clients, vendors, regulators, staff, superiors and/or partners).Holding yourself accountable as a leader helps to create a culture of accountability and allows others to feel secure in knowing that their leader will hold him/herself to the high standards s/he expects of others. In this way, greater accountability across the entire organizational hierarchy enables organizations to better fulfill their goals and objectives.RETURN TO REPORTREQUEST MORE INFOGO TO 3ETHOS.COM