3 Essential Keys to Unlock Workplace Accountability
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So what is accountability and why should you care?
Basically, accountability means doing what you’ve agreed to do. For employees, it means they do what you ask them to and meet your expectations.
That’s pretty important for running a successful business. In fact, companies that create a culture of accountability outperform their peers, deal with less stress and frustration, and innovate better in their markets.
But according to the Workplace Accountability Survey, 82% of people don’t hold others accountable and 93% say they can’t be accountable for their own work.
That means most companies struggle with getting employees to follow best practices. They constantly fight to improve performance, raise morale, and avoid mistakes.
So why do most companies fail to create a culture of accountability?
Well, many people see accountability as simply blaming or punishing when mistakes are made. Or managers may feel that holding others accountable causes friction, so they ignore the problem.
But mostly, people just don’t know how to create a culture of accountability. And when you’re busy running your business, you might not have time to figure it out.
Here’s good news! Creating accountability doesn’t have to be hard.
It just takes some time and three essential ingredients.
- First, make it easy for your employees to take responsibility for their results. That means setting practice standards and helping people turn the most important daily activities into deeply-entrenched habits. When best practices become habits, accountability becomes much easier.
- Second, build trust among your workforce. When you trust others to be accountable, they pay you back by doing their best. And when there’s a problem, they can trust you to support them, so they’re less likely to hide mistakes from you.
- Third, communicate openly. Employees have to know what you’re thinking and why you’ve asked them to complete specific tasks. When they understand exactly how their daily work contributes to the company’s success, they’re happier about doing it.
So those are great high-falutin’ ideas with lots of research behind them, but how do you make them work for you in a practical way?
Even now, you might be thinking . . .
I don’t have time to help people develop habits. They should do that on their own.
How can I trust people if I don’t know they’ll do the job?
I’ve already told people what they need to do. I don’t want to remind them all the time.
This sounds like a lot of work, and I’m too busy right now.
Well, that’s where Pract.us can help.
It provides the system and structure for you to put employees in charge of developing their own accountability.
It reminds them of your expectations and their responsibilities, so you don’t have to micromanage.
And it asks employees to mentor each other, so the team supports the team. It’s not all your job.
With Pract.us, you can monitor their progress without getting in their way, so it’s easier to build trust. Plus, you can see right away when they’re struggling, so you can offer support exactly when it’s needed.
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It comes with pre-loaded templates and step-by-step practical actions that help you build accountability. You’ll also get up to 2 hours of FREE consultation with our training specialist and a FREE paper explaining the research behind the process.
And it takes less than a day to set up and get started.
That means, in just a few hours, you’ll have an easily manageable on-going system to build trust and communication and ensure consistent completion of the tasks that make your business run smoothly. That means your team will get more done with fewer mistakes, you’ll have less stress and frustration, and your customers will have a better experience.
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