How the Best Teams Use Accountability as a Competitive Advantage

Accountability is one of those words most people don’t like to think about because it makes them a little uncomfortable. The thought of being held accountable or holding someone else accountable comes with a level commitment and responsibility most don’t want.

Turns out the best teams and the leaders that lead them aren’t afraid of accountability and use it as a competitive advantage.

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About the Author John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft, a full-service organizational health company which exists to turn managers into leaders and create healthier places to work. John was named one of LinkedIn’s 2017 Top Voices in Management & Workplace and was awarded the 2017 Readership Award by Training Industry.com. John is also the host of the “Follow My Lead” Podcast, a show that transfers stories and best practices from today’s leaders to the leaders of tomorrow. He is also the author of FML: Standing Out and Being a Leader and the upcoming book “The Welder Leader.” You follow him on instagram @johngeades.

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