8 Leadership Attributes of a Highly Engaged Workforce [Series]

Eight Foundational Leadership Attributes of Engagement

PART 2

The Engagement Attributes of (3) Understanding and Utilization of Continuous Improvement (CI) and (4) Accountability through Action

With an enhanced sense of business acumen, it is only natural for individuals, teams, and organizations to begin to focus their energy and efforts around Continuous Improvement. Waste elimination is all around us and it can show up in our processes, as well as how we manage our time.

While understanding how to utilize the right tool at the right time is an important component of engagement, our ability to follow-through upon improvement efforts by completing commitments, modeling and reinforcing new behaviors, and measuring impact is just as important for sustainable success.

Showing up and giving our best each and every day requires a level of energy, organization, and engagement that raises the bar for making and transitioning through change. As a leader, how deliberate are you at driving collective accountability? How would you rate your ability to follow-up on and owning your commitments?

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