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Instant Accountability

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“There’s always a moment that separates the past from the future, and that moment is now.”
― Aniekee Tochukwu Ezekiel

You know you’re leaving money on the table if you don’t have an accountability culture.

You also know that to put one in place that’s sustainable, you have to invest a lot of time and money.  Even then, you and your team will drop the ball from time to time.  Three simple questions can help fill in the gaps: What? With who? By when?

Simple questions. Clear answers. Completed assignments.

WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING

  • “Chris was an honest and direct board member.  He encouraged the structural discipline we needed”

    — Mike Nicholson, Senior VP, WeCare Organics
  • “Chris incorporates both hard and soft skills in his work with senior leaders.”

    — Don Mennell, Chairman, The Mennel Milling Company
  • “Chris’s process made change a positive event.  It eliminated fear and uncertainty, allowing me to achieve more than I thought possible. Every coaching session yielded significant value.”

    — Jim Whalen, Former CEO, Gem City Engineering & Manufacturing
  • “Chris is intense but laid back.  He’s real.  He sees threads, understand organizational dynamics, and puts things into perspective.”

    — Joane Browne, CEO, Lott Industries
  • Chris has a remarkable ability to ask probing questions to provoke deep self-reflection that leads to positive change. His approach helped me see situations from a different lens and gain the clarity needed to move forward.

    — Karol Clason, System Director-Strategic Planning, Bronson Healthcare Group