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How to Build Accountability as a Leader

Courtney Lynch, March 5, 2018


Demonstrating accountability means relentlessly seeking ownership of mistakes, missteps, problems, and any other less than-best outcome you are either responsible for or associated with. Watch above as SPARK author Courtney Lynch explains why accountability can be rare, and how she’s worked to meet the challenge of resisting the urge to place blame.  

 

Demonstrating accountability means relentlessly seeking ownership of mistakes, missteps, problems, and any other less than-best outcome you are either responsible for or associated with. Watch above as SPARK author Courtney Lynch explains why accountability can be rare, and how she’s worked to meet the challenge of resisting the urge to place blame. 

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