Organizational and leadership development expert Ron Carucci believes truth, justice and accountability are in short supply. In response, he offers a simple but profound formula for boosting corporate credibility. He outlines how to mold a corporate culture of honesty, integrity and inclusiveness. Carucci concedes that the process is demanding, and it will require you to confront uncomfortable issues. However, if you execute it well, you’ll gain a purpose-driven, high-performing organization that prizes truth and accountability.
About the Author
Ron A. Carucci is co-founder and managing partner of the executive leadership consulting firm Navalent. He has written or co-written eight books, and contributes to Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
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1 year ago"accountability is a precious commodity" so much truth in this statement
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