Jul 15, 2019
Accountability is critical to the success of any organization, but we often times don’t think of accountability the right way. We sometimes think about it almost like it’s a negative term that we’re going to hold employees accountable, that we’re going to hold people accountable. Accountability is treated as if someone may have done something wrong and there is going to be justice to what they have done. Really the way that we need to think about accountability is through the positive impact that it has on our organizational culture. This is especially true for top performers, in that it will allow them to be more successful through the positive reinforcement of accountability, while helping them reach their goals. On today’s episode of Employer Blueprint Podcast, we’re going to talk about this from an expert in the space of developing a culture of accountability, Vicki Suiter. Vicki is the owner of Suiter Business Builders and has been a business owner for an impressive 29 years. Through her company, Suiter Business Builders, Vicki Suiter is a Coach, Business Consultant, Author, and National Speaker. Suiter Business Builders works with Contractors to allow them to manage their time and efforts more efficiently, make more money, and increase over all happiness through their business. According to Vicki’s LinkedIn profile, the strategies used to help her clients are founded on one idea, “knowledge is power.” Vicki wants her clients to know where they are currently with their business, where they want their business to go, and how to get there by taking critical steps to creating a successful business. Vicki is also the author of a book called The Profit Bleed, How Managing Margin Can Save Your Contracting Business. You can find out more about Vicki Suiter, and Suiter Business Builders at Suiterbusinessbuilders.com. Also, for The Employer Blueprint Podcast listeners, you can visit www.theprofitbleed.com/free to receive a free copy of Vicki’s book, as long as you pay the shipping and handling. Thank You for listening, and if you haven’t done so, be sure to subscribe to The Employer Blueprint Podcast so that you don’t miss an episode in the future.