Building Personal Accountability

Building Personal Accountability

Seven Dimensions
Updated Oct 15, 2019

Course Overview

Rather than waiting for others to hold you to account, Peter Quarry counsels building personal accountability. Using the example of a juice bar staffer, there are simple ways to take feedback from others, become proactive, communicate better and show that you care about making improvements.

Peter Quarry explains how assuming personal accountability means becoming proactive, and caring about making improvements

Learning Objectives

Taking personal accountability requires:

  • Being proactive – ask what you can improve
  • Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes
  • Caring about making improvements

Interviewer: Eve Ash

Interviewee: Peter Quarry