The first step in developing accountability is to make sure that you are accountable for your actions. You can do this by:
Making a list of all the things you have done that are not in line with the values of the organization you work for. For example, you could write down all of your time spent at the office, the amount of time you spend on social media, and the number of times you go to the gym. This will give you an idea of how much time is being spent on activities that do not align with your values.
. Make sure to keep a record of what you do and don’t do, so you can see how your behavior has changed over time. If you find yourself spending more time at work than at home, it may be time to take a step back and reassess your work/life balance. It may also be a good idea to ask your boss or supervisor to review your activities and determine if they are in alignment with their values and how they can be better aligned with those of their employees. The best way to find out if you need to do something about it is by asking your supervisor or boss. They will be able to tell you if there is something that needs to be changed, or if it’s just a matter of changing the way you’re doing things. Be honest with them and ask them what they think you should be doing differently. Ask them to help you develop a plan for how you will change things so that they will feel more comfortable with you as an employee and as a leader. When you ask for help, be prepared to give them the information they need to implement the changes you want to see in your life. Remember that it takes time for people to change their behavior, especially when it comes to behavior that has been ingrained in them since they were a child or teenagers. So be patient with yourself and be willing to listen to what others have to say about what is working and what isn’t working for them. As you continue to develop your accountability system, keep in mind that there are many different ways to measure your progress. Some people measure their progress by how many hours they work each week, while others measure it by the percentage of people who are happy with how their work is going. There are also many ways of measuring accountability, such as how often you take time off from your job, whether or not you report to work on time, how well you perform in meetings, etc. These are just some examples of ways in which people can measure the progress they have made toward becoming more accountable to their employers and each other.