How to Create a Fully Accountable Team

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Content organized to help you reach your goals

You will find focused leadership lessons for all aspects of your life and career. We help you address these topics and more, all built to work in the real world.

Self Leadership
You & Your Career

Your Definition of Success as a Leader

Creating Work/Life Harmony in Your World

Why Habits are Powerful & How to Build Good Ones

Leading Others
Conversations That Matter

How to Cause Insight and Begin Behavior Change

The Coaching Process

How to Proactively Coach for Better Performance

Talent & Culture
Building A Better Future

How to Assess Performance & Potential on Your Team

Creating a Fully Accountable Team

Choosing how your team works, do you want commitment or compliance?

Is your team at their best? Are you?

Think about what you want for your team, for yourself, for your business. Can you get there without continuing to progress as a leader? What processes do you use to lead others? How do you practice leadership? How do you get better at leadership and find ways to do it more effectively, more consistently, more successfully?

If being a better leader can change your life and the future of your business, is it worth getting better at?

If you think leadership matters, if you think being a great leader can improve your world, if you think that everyone on your team today or your team in the future deserves a great leader as they chase their own success, well, that’s why we built the Leadership Gym.

And if you lead teams of people who also have to lead others, what roadmap, toolbox or training process did you put them through to be sure they are leading others effectively?

I started working with leaders because the world needs more good ones and I thought, with enough study, practice and learning through my own trials and errors, I could help. Everybody who has a job deserves a good leader. No person, no team, no business achieves what it is capable of without good leaders throughout it.

And we have to stop pretending that most bosses are good at leadership. The truth is, most of them aren’t even close.

  • 76% of job seekers say their current boss is toxic
  • Nearly 70% of employees are disengaged
  • 58% of managers say they didn’t receive any training
  • 58% of people say they trust strangers more than their boss
  • Only 20% of employees think their bosses are great coaches
  • 57% of employees quit because of their boss

If you want to be better than this or you want leaders in your organization to be better than this, how do you get there, and how do you help them get there?

There is no place we know of where you can learn and practice leadership, until now. And it doesn’t matter how long you have been leading or what level of leadership you are at.

The Leadership Gym gives leaders a roadmap, a process and a path to improvement. It delivers consistent, effective training and practice to anyone who wants to get different results from their team or themselves.

Can you think of one thing you have ever excelled at without regular practice? And I don’t mean practice just by doing it on the job, I mean the kind of practice that actually drives consistent, observable improvement along the way.

Know anyone who is has been a manager for years, but that you would not want to work for? Exactly.

If you have read this far, you owe it to yourself to open the door and peek inside the Leadership Gym. How else will you know if it could help you, your team or your business. It’s risk free, it makes sense to see what’s in there. It just might change your future.

If you've had these thoughts, we can help.

  • I want my team to be fully accountable and solve problems, find innovative growth opportunities and continuously improve the work they do.
  • I want my team to collaborate, be creative, and find new ways of thinking and working that make us a better business.
  • I want to spend my time focused on the future and all the possibilities in it, not fixing my team or solving other people’s problems all day long.
  • I want to lead a team with less stress, less worry, and less headache. It feels like people's problems are the hardest part of my job.
  • I want a team that shows up fully engaged, ready to be at their best, not self interested, squabbling, or pulling me into their interpersonal conflicts.

Just one hour a week can make you a better leader

Leadership is a constant evolution, just like life.   It’s about helping people as they climb even higher and accomplish even more. It's about helping yourself, your team, and your organization.