How many times at work, at home or in your community do you say, “I’ll do it!” and then just not get it done?
Getting it done isn’t that easy.
We often don’t have the tools and skills or simply don’t follow through.
We need to be accountable for our commitments to action and take the time to make them a priority.
Accountability is the ability to make commitments to action, then keep those commitments, or acknowledge that you havenít, and figure out what you need to do to move to action.
Many peopleís experience with accountability conversations is negative and often associated with punishment or shame rather than learning or celebration.
The Accountability Pathway creates conversations about keeping commitments that are interesting, meaningful, engaging and lead to more effective action.