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Managing for Accountability

A Business Leader's Toolbox

Lynne Curry

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Veteran management consultant and HR expert Dr. Lynne Curry provides business owners, leaders, and managers a complete roadmap for creating accountability in the workplace.

Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox contains everything business owners and managers need to hire, inspire, manage, and retain accountable, high performing, engaged employees who invest one hundred percent in their jobs.

This practical guide offers field-tested tools, strategies, and proven tactics for locating, developing and managing motivated, engaged, committed employees focused on performance, productivity, and results. Curry details pragmatic strategies that succeed despite the pandemic and that work effectively with all employees, whether they’re top talent, those who occasionally falter, or come from diverse backgrounds and generations. If you want to create a culture of accountability in your workplace and develop high-performing teams that lead your business to unparalleled levels of success, you will want this invaluable resource close at hand. This is must read for every leader, owner, or manager.

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accountability, productivity, results, discretionary effort, employee engagement, retention, all in, ownership, employee commitment, employee motivation, employee performance, buy-in, self-management