Without Personal Accountability, employee team members spend significant amounts of time playing the "blame game", procrastinating, and taking part in victim thinking.
Personal Accountability must be a core value for your organization to succeed long-term.
The symptoms of low or no Personal Accountability include:
Asking questions that begin with the following:
Why - "Why questions" are "victim thinking questions". Victim thinking is the result when one spends time asking questions like "Why does this happen to me?"
When - "When questions" are "procrastination questions". The result is action is deferred until a later time. Perhaps action will never occur.
Who - "Who questions" are "blame questions". The result of asking "blame questions" is employee team members are seeking to shift blame on to others.
We have helped teams and organizations transform their culture over the last decade through a powerful Personal Accountability training program called - QBQ - The Question Behind the Question. The QBQ Personal Accountability Training Program is powerfully-simple and easily trained. We often certify organizations to deliver their own Personal Accountability training.
To learn more about the QBQ Personal Accountability training program, give us a call today or visit our website to learn more.