Is Lack of Accountability Standing In Your Way?

posted by Administrator on 08/06/2018 in Blog Posts  | Tagged , , , , ,

When it comes to propelling your business forward, having a plan is only part of the battle. What ultimately determines the success of even the most well-thought-out plans and what will drive growth is rooted in how well you execute. And, when it comes to juggling all of the professional responsibilities of being the leader of your organization, executing to your highest potential can quickly wane. This where the power of accountability comes into play and can be a powerful tool to help you achieve your goals and implement strategic plans to take your business to the next level. Here are the top three ways that joining a CEO peer group can ensure that you get the consistent accountability you need to generate lasting momentum for your organization.

  1. Monthly accountability checks. Most reputable CEO advisory groups meet at least once a month to allow their members to share their progress, solicit the group for targeted feedback, and to take advantage of a host of leading business resources. Investing a few hours a month is the smallest commitment you can make to drive big change in how you lead and how you execute. Having the ability to check-in with other seasoned CEOs, on a consistent basis, can be the level of accountability you need to stay focused and committed to executing your strategic plans.
  2. Experienced team members to provide insight. When implementing a plan, obstacles naturally arise which can derail progress. Being able to brainstorm solutions and hear alternative perspectives from experienced executive leaders is an effective way to ensure that you can execute to your highest ability. An award-winning CEO development program can provide you with the necessary business and leadership support you need to tackle business challenges head-on.
  3. No nonsense approach to professional development. The leading CEO peer groups often require their members to be open-minded and committed to their growth. This includes being receptive to hearing dissenting opinions, embracing other ways of thinking, and being willing to consider what areas of growth you may need to explore. This “no nonsense” approach is often what encourages accountability within the group and can be the catalyst you to achieve both your business and professional goals.

Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Do you welcome constructive feedback to improve your leadership skills and how you execute?

Then we cordially invite you to join The Brain Trust, Atlanta’s award-winning CEO peer group today. We bring together the region’s brightest and most seasoned executive leaders together to engage in impactful dialogue to transform how you tackle business challenges and carve out an unshakable competitive advantage in any industry.