In this video, learn about the value of teachers, who makes a good accountability leader, and connecting with and getting permission to work with an accountability leader.
- Trust is the first element of accountability,…and it's essential to delivering results.…Trust is your confidence in another's ability…to get you the result you're trying to achieve.…We must feel confident in the coach,…mentor, or supervisor we've selected…to hold us accountable.…It's crucial that we know…they have our best interests at heart…and know the pathway to get us there.…Teachers and coaches have incredible value,…and the first step to developing trust…with an accountability partner…is to give them a chance to help you grow.…
Michael Phelps, the greatest Olympic athlete of all time,…works with someone named Bob Bowman, his coach.…Why?…Well, it's not because Michael forgets how to swim,…and it's not because he doesn't have…the natural traits of a god-like swimmer.…It's because he understands the power of accountability.…The question is do you and I?…Often I've found that people who are focused…on their greatest strength have significant blind spots.…
This creates an opportunity for improvement…and reaching out to someone in trust.…
- Recall the three elements that comprise the Result Hour equation.
- Identify three examples of a system and explain how they could help someone achieve results.
- Explain why having someone hold you accountable helps you stay focused on results.
- Compare visions and actions and how they relate to each other.
- Recognize why it's important that your direct reports also understand the S+A+M = Result formula.