One of the best pieces of advice I ever received early on in my career was to breathe. Those few seconds that allow one to react rather than overreact can be the preserve of many a relationship, work or personal!
We are accountable for our own deeds and actions, although deadlines and other pressures can cause the best of intentions to go astray. This articles refers to the positive impact that small mindset shifts can create, something we will explore further at The Managing Partners' Forum Strategy Summit on 18 March 2019.
This summit examines resilience and adaptability during change, with a focus on the techniques and mindset required to develop or reinforce our own, and our peoples' resilience, skills essential to manage any change positively, including our own.
When we think of accountability, we typically think of holding others accountable. But the most effective leaders and teammates are more focused on holding themselves accountable.