Check In, Follow Up, Accountability Habits

May 13, 2022

Check In, Follow Up, Accountability Habits

How many times have due dates listed in your calendar saved you from embarrassment and being so very late with important deadlines? For me in my career, probably dozens. All of a sudden there it is in your calendar you see that the Norton contract update is due tomorrow at 3:00pm to the big boss. OMG.

When we are pre-occupied with lots of things we need to be doing and getting done, our routine way of keeping track of what is due and how we want to handle it, might not work. Periodically you might want to think through your timeliness patterns and make some changes. The changes my team and I have discussed and made serve us well, but we had to experience some frustrations before we discussed what would work best for our expected results.

Checking in and following up on notes that need to be completed is a great way to create clear communication and to keep us on time. Reviewing your own ways of respecting accountability goes a long way in helping you feel confident and assuring respect from the people who need your input and results delivered in a timely way.

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Natalie R. Manor

Natalie R. Manor is a consultant, executive business coach, speaker, 5 time author and extraordinary facilitator.  Her consulting firm, Natalie Manor & Associates NMA, has attracted global success seeking clients and organizations for 30+ years.

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