We are on this together.
We can achieve our team purpose when we work together.
We are mutually accountable to our results.
Members of high-performing teams value mutual accountability as much as they value personal accountability. They fully understand that although most of them can work on their own play their roles well, they are accountable to each other. They are different parts of the same body.
Your goal statements must express the need for mutual accountability. Allow everyone to expect the best from each other. Grab every opportunity to show how caring for team results motivate each one to perform better.
Mutual accountability brings out the best in everyone.
My name is Jef Menguin. I am professional team building facilitator in the Philippines. I also help organizations implement leadership development programs, improve customer experiences, and solve problems through design thinking.
I have conducted leadership training programs in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, and the Philippines.