When leaders change their questions, they change the direction and speed of the organization.
The quality of questions we ask ourselves determine the quality of answers we get. There are questions that debilitate leaders and hamper the growth of your organization. These questions lead to blaming, procrastination, and victim mentality.
In this Leadership Conversation, your intention is create awareness and to encourage greater sense of personal accountability.
Your people will move from victim to hero, from being a procrastinator to do-it-now problem-solver and opportunity-seeker, from being a blame-thrower to change-maker. Big goals, I know. But solutions to this big problems do not need to be difficult or impossible.
This two-hour exercise leadership conversation will develop in your leaders the attitude and skills of personal accountability. Use this to encourage the culture of personal accountability inside your organization and make everyone accountable to their actions and inaction.