We seem to have developed a belief that the purpose of holding someone to account is to make sure they know they did something wrong and/or are to blame and make sure they pay the consequences.

Holding someone to account all too often seems to be equated with bringing someone to justice in both context and practice.  But justice and accountability are, in fact, very different.

What if holding someone to account is actually the process of holding them up to be the best they can be every step of the way rather than hammering them down after they fail? Read More

 

Susan Mazza
Susan has worked with organizations and individuals around the world for over 25 years in developing relationships that work and producing exceptional results that matter. Passionate about instigating leadership, Susan is a Certified Coach, Speaker and Trainer who develops leaders and supports organizations in changing their culture as the essential foundation for turning their aspirations into their reality. She is a co-author of The Character-Based Leader, as well as the author of the Random Acts of Leadership blog. Connect with her on the Web, Twitter or Linkedin.
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