Back in January I wrote an article on being grateful to those who hold you accountable. I am happy to have come across this article that addresses whether or not accountability should be a primary priority. I think it should …it must be encouraged. It must be embraced so that it can become a part of our daily lives in society.
Today it seems that much of what we hear focuses on a lack of accountability. It resonates inside business practices as well as being far reaching in the character of influential people within our political environment, cultural role models and those responsible for influencing and teaching our children. Accountability is an important topic to consider, especially in business today. After all, a lack of accountability in the workplace does produce both intended and unintended consequences that can affect so many people in a brief amount time.
The choices we make and the paths we choose to take all come with associated levels of accountability and accompanied consequences. Many in the business setting tend to have extremely higher stakes and risks. The question is; “Should accountability be a number one priority in today’s business climate?”
Basic Definition of Accountability
The basic definition of accountability can be simply defined. It is being…
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