2 - Free to Correct

Hold Each Other Accountable


In the first session, Patrick encouraged leaders to strive for vulnerability to shape their company’s culture. See how accountability plays a critical role in the wellbeing of an organization in this session’s teaching from Patrick. 



Accountability doesn’t come naturally to most teams. It often falls to the leader to teach team members how to give each other critical feedback. Though confrontation can be uncomfortable, it benefits the team in the long run.

Would you say accountability is the norm in your organization? Why or why not?
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Do you think people in your company feel comfortable confronting each other? Why?
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When have you had to confront an employee on their performance? How did you word your feedback? How did he or she handle it?
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How have you experienced the negative consequences of poor accountability in the workplace? How did it affect you and your coworkers?
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In what ways is your company thriving when it comes to accountability? Where do you see room for improvement?
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How could you increase accountability in your organization? What steps could you take to teach those you work with the value of accountability?
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Accountability can be awkward, and most shy away from correcting a teammate. Create an environment that invites criticism, but doesn’t tear down employees. Teach the people in your workplace to love their coworkers well by telling the truth, even when it feels uncomfortable.