Accountability at work means being held accountable for your actions, not pointing the finger at others when something goes wrong. If something needs to be done, whether it is your responsibility or not, it's important to not wait for direction to take action. Take the initiative and as Nike says "Just Do It!" Leaders need specific Interpersonal Leadership Skills to help create a culture that encourages and engaged accountable workforce.
The most effective leaders know the impact of trust in the workplace. It can impact the quality of relationships, conversations, work projects and productivity. If you want to build trust in your team, the most important factor is to communicate clearly. Below is a list of tips on how to improve the trust in your team:
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