Do you know How to Be Accountable?

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Do you know How to Be Accountable?

Being accountable means taking responsibility for your actions, decisions, and behaviors. It involves being reliable and trustworthy and being able to own up to your mistakes and learn from them. Here are some tips on how to be accountable:

  1. Set clear goals and expectations: Define what needs to be done, by whom, and by when.
  2. Follow through on commitments: Do what you say you will do, and meet your deadlines.
  3. Take responsibility for your actions: Acknowledge your mistakes and learn from them. Don’t make excuses or blame others.
  4. Communicate openly and honestly: Be transparent about your progress and any issues that arise.
  5. Seek feedback: Ask for input from others and be open to constructive criticism.
  6. Learn and grow: Continuously improve your skills and knowledge to be better equipped to meet your goals and responsibilities.

Remember, being accountable is not just about meeting expectations, it’s about building trust and demonstrating integrity. By consistently being accountable, you can establish yourself as a reliable and trustworthy person in both your personal and professional life.

Mathushika Mathanakumar Answered question April 16, 2023
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Yes Nigetha, thanks for discussing a relevant topic which is more suitable in these days. Accountability is valued everywhere in life, but it’s crucial in the workplace. Here are some tips for holding ourselves accountable;

  • Start small
  • Set goals
  • Create a schedule
  • Reward yourself
  • Have an accountability partner

By practicing these habits, you can become more accountable and develop a reputation as a reliable and responsible person.

Nigetha Rajah Posted new comment April 21, 2023

Hi Vergi,

Thanks for adding few more points here.

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Thanks for sharing this topic. By following these principles, we can become more accountable in our personal and professional life.

Nigetha Rajah Posted new comment April 21, 2023

Yes, of course.

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