Trust & Accountability

Part of The 'Little Red Book Series'.

An Executive Summary on How to Empower Your Team To Develop More Trust and Greater Accountability.

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The Problem


According to PwC, 55% of CEOs believe that a lack of trust within their organization is the primary threat to their growth.


According to Forbes, 84% of employees admit to avoiding accountability, in no small part because the vast majority of them see it as a punishment.

Ask yourself, do 100% of your people trust each other? Are 100% of your people accountable to one another? If the answer to either is ‘no’, you’ll want a copy of this Executive Summary. In it you’ll learn:

Why Trust & Accountability Are Essential

Including why high-trust organizations end up willing to pay their people an average of $6,450 per year more, regardless of market conditions.

Why Trust & Accountability Are Elusive

How and why these two commonly misunderstood terms need to be viewed as processes and not character traits.

The Organizational Elements of Trust & Accountability

How your organization handles failure and the impact it has on people’s willingness to trust and be held accountable.

The Individual Elements of Trust & Accountability

How a person’s level of EQ impacts their ability to both trust and be held accountable.

The Leadership Elements of Trust & Accountability

What empowerment actually means and how to use it to enable trust and accountability across your entire team.

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Book A Free Consult

We are so committed to unlocking trust and accountability in as many organizations as possible that we are willing to set aside time for anyone committed enough to ask for it.

During this 100% no-obligation session you will learn your unique Behavioural Profile, how to assess the profiles of everyone on your team, and how to connect all of this into a trust & accountability framework you will lean on for years to come.