#42 - Do you find yourself asking people to take accountability at work? Instead, the subtle shift to helping someone account for their choices can have a massive impact. In this episode, Shane breaks down the important of framing accountability from a choice-centric lens and proven strategies to help team members account for their choices. We also talk about the importance of choosing your relationship and accounting for yourself at home.
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- [00:30] Have you seen Cocaine Bear yet?
- [03:50] Why we’re talking about accountability today.
- [06:30] Is accountability about outcomes or choices?
- [11:00] How our Cognitive Colours shape how we understand and take accountability.
- [14:00] What percent of the population is each colour type.
- [18:30] What accountability means from both a neuroscience and psychological understanding.
- [20:15] How accountability affects team dynamics.
- [22:30] Issues leaders should watch for with accountability.
- [24:50] The negative connotation around accountability.
- [29:00] What we see in teams where accountability is ignored.
- [33:20] How parents can use accountability as a positive tool for chasing children.
- [39:00] Holding someone accountable vs helping to account.
- [41:20] Accountability and couplehood. Obligation vs choice.
- [50:00] The mental energy needed to not trust someone.
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