Working for Your Inner Boss: Personal Accountability
by Skillsoft - Business
Most employees in business organizations must answer to someone else. From the top of the organization chart to the bottom nearly every manager and employee must look to a supervisor a director or even a customer to establish priorities assign tasks set deadlines and evaluate results. Whoever gives this direction is called the boss. On one level the boss decides how employees will perform their jobs. How well an employee meets requirements set by the boss determines whether that employee succeeds or fails receives rewards or penalties and earns praise or criticism. On another level however the judgment of an external boss isnt enough to make a job personally fulfilling and rewarding. Thats something all employees of an organization decide for themselves. Everyone who works must also answer to an inner boss a personal internal voice that provides guidance on whether a job is worth doing and whether it is done well. Accepting personal accountability for your work means your inner boss sets demanding standards and that youre willing to commit to meeting those standards and answer for the results of your work. In this course youll learn how to listen to your own inner boss how to identify your internal standards how to create a plan to meet those standards and how to apply your inner bosss guidance to gain more control over your work your goals and your future.