Inspire a Culture Where Everyone Steps Up, Takes Ownership, and Delivers Results
To survive another decade, companies must adapt to shifting contexts and prioritize accountability.
New York Times best-selling author Vince Molinaro shares research-backed strategies for creating an accountable leadership culture. He contends that many companies will shut down by 2030 if they don’t adapt to their rapidly changing contexts and prioritize accountability. His advice: Do not tolerate mediocrity and don’t settle for leaders who are unable or unwilling to meet your leadership standards. Molinaro says accountability is the only path organizations can take to avoid future disaster. His advice is relevant to leaders at all levels – each person who commits to being accountable inspires others to do the same.
About the Author
Founder and CEO of Leadership Contract, Inc., Vince Molinaro is also the author of The Leadership Contract and The Leadership Contract Field Guide.
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