Meridith Elliott Powell is an award-winning author, keynote speaker and business strategist. She worked her way up from an entry-level position to earn her seat at the C-Suite table. Meridith's philosophy of accountability is not micromanagement. Instead, she helps her clients shift their paradigm to use accountability to understand if processes are working or not.
Amazing that we were talking about this before we experienced the Coronavirus challenge. This episode is so relevant to the continued changes that our society and your business is going through.
To create accountability, you need cookies for the people who do what is expected and consequences for those who do not. For this to work, you need a set of behaviors and results and a way to track those as well.
Her website says it best; "Everything about today’s marketplace is different – your customers, competition, technology and employees. In a world that has changed so drastically, doesn’t it make sense you need a new approach to how you sell, how you lead, how you grow your organization?"
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