For many reasons, sponsoring an “ownership mindset” is a popular topic for organizational leaders. Increasingly, leaders want (and need) teams that can be self-supervising and take independent action in service of strategic goals. Given that distributed and hybrid work are here to stay, and belt-tightening across industries means fewer hands for the same amount of work, increased efficiency and trust in people’s ability to make decisions without hand holding is imperative to business success.
There are leadership behaviors that can help or hurt autonomy and ownership, which is what Mickey, Robin, and Emma Rose spend the majority of this conversation focused on. A common theme: leaders that drive connection and high-quality communication while making expectations explicit will be most successful at sponsoring responsible autonomy.
August 17, 2022
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Mickey’s Blog: Autonomy Ain’t Anarchy
6 Disciplines of Leadership That Inspires Ownership (Inc.)
How True Leaders Take Ownership (Newsweek)
3 signs your team doesn’t have an ownership mindset and what to do about it (Atlassian)
Ownership is Leadership: Three Steps to Owning Your Outcomes and Being A Better Leader (Forbes)
Emma Rose has a diverse background in B2B marketing and sales, psychology, hospitality, and mental health and wellness. She is deeply passionate about what makes us […]Read more