By Jonathan Raymond Published Oct. 5, 2016 10:30 a.m.
“Every business leader agrees that accountability is an essential ingredient in a healthy organizational culture. Which makes it all the more striking how little training there is out for leaders and managers on how to do it well. Employees are left carrying the bag—working for managers who don’t have the relationship skills or emotional confidence to give them direct, early feedback with supportive guidance on how to make the changes the manager wants (but isn’t saying).
The cost to teams and organizations is high and widespread.”
About Jonathan Raymond | After twenty years of not being able to decide whether he was a business development guy or a personal growth teacher, Jonathan Raymond stopped trying to figure it out. He’s the the author of Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For, and owner of Refound, an online training startup that offers Good Authority training programs for owners, executives, and managers. He’s madly in love with his wife, tries not to spoil his daughter, and will never give up on the New York Knicks. Jonathan is the former CEO and Chief Brand Officer of EMyth, where he led the transformation of a global coaching brand, and has worked in tech, clean tech, and the nonprofit world after graduating law school in 1998.https://refound.com/