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FAQs on Teams and Leadership – Part 4
I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the forth post of a 5-part series in which I address the most basic, and the more involved, questions I'm frequently asked about teams, teamwork, and leadership. In my first, second, and...

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Posted on 06/22/2012 06:45 am | 3 Comments
 
The Difference Between Accountable and Responsible Leadership
There is a big difference between being an accountable leader and being a responsible leader. The following may sound a bit harsh or pedantic at first, but stay with it and you will be rewarded with important distinctions: An accountable leader focuses on being able to account for his or her actions and results. (more…)

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Posted on 01/20/2011 10:31 am | 9 Comments
 
“Most important 2 hours of my professional life”
That is what one C-level leader said to me and the entire audience about the preceding two hours. Seriously. It was during the Q&A time of one of the presentations I made last week in Mexico to a variety of industry and education leaders. I've heard this kind of spontaneous wonderment from top leaders before after introducing them to Responsibility...

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Posted on 07/01/2008 03:30 pm | No Comments
 
 
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