Internal Audit’s Role in Building a Culture of Accountability
Published March 01, 2019 00:41
Holding people and organizations to account has historically been a case of pinning blame on them for failures they either caused directly or should have been aware of. As a result, organizations should not be surprised if employees are reluctant to embrace a culture of accountability. But Paul Russell, director and co-founder of soft skills training firm Luxury Academy, says that the key to encouraging employees to be more accountable is to teach them that the term is not synonymous with blame.
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