Where does the buck stop?
Accountability is vital for any business to function at its best ability and directly correlates with improving performance. Encouraging team members to step up and show initiative alongside having ownership of particular tasks and projects improves performance and staff retention.
On the flip side, team members should also be held to account when projects don’t go to plan and when late work occurs. Doing this creates a message and culture of professionalism and responsibility.
How do we introduce Accountability to your business?
NAMA works with businesses to help them foster accountability within their workplaces. From setting defined goals to reworking policies and procedures, our team help workplaces thrive.
One of the ways we do this is by holding business owners accountable for meeting their plans and aims. After all, if you run your own business, you should be responsible for how successful it is. We’re the trusted critical friend that asks the difficult questions. We’re also the trusted critical friend that compliments you on your productivity and accountability successes.