The Power of One concept is not new — it’s the bedrock of everything from motivational speeches to Army One.S o, why not begin by setting an example of personal accountability that can be emulated throughout your organization?
There’s an entire industry devoted to the power we have over our destiny.
In the context of Becoming a More Effective Leader, you can view the Power of One as a series of concentric circles that ripple outward from the center … from where you stand as a business leader.
God grant me the courage to change the things I can, the serenity to accept the things I can’t and the wisdom to know the difference. ~ Reinhold Nieburh
With a jittery economy and an historical presidential election on the horizon, we’ve been inundated with economic data, shards of doubt and glimmers of hope. While we can’t ignore these external forces, we can’t allow them to deter our commitment to reclaiming control of our agenda.
It all starts with Personal Accountability
As a result, there’s no better topic with which to start than Personal Accountability, the singular touchstone of professional success over which we have the greatest control.