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Accountability…

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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Jack/Zen makes a good point:

In many of the organizations I work in the overperforming criticize the underperforming and ultimately call for what’s considered the ultimate cure: “holding people accountable.” Just saying the words in a pathetically stern tone warms the hearts of vindicators. What’s curious is how the question is never, “How can we get better at helping these people succeed?”

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