Chapter 6. Evaluate Effectiveness

No process is complete without an evaluation. After you have worked with the principles of accountability for a while, evaluate how your efforts have paid off. Determine how successful you are at holding your employees accountable to reach the goals that you’ve set. Also review how you handled the process. Find ways to become more effective at applying the principles of accountability.

Step 1. Hold yourself accountable for what you accomplished

The Reasons

Your main job as a manager is to get work done through others. What your employees accomplish is probably one of your own goals, which your own manager will hold you accountable for. Your own manager will be duly impressed if you do this work for her by holding ...

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