Is Your Organization Accountable?

March 10, 2016

This weeks blog post is a recommendation.

 

I have come across a podcast called The Learning Leaders Podcast with Ryan Hawk.  Ryan sits down with leaders to discuss everything from passive income, leadership accountability, book writing, professional development, and a multitude of other topics too long to list.  

 

The particular episode I am sharing with you today is in regards to accountability discussed and presented by Sam Silverstein.  He offers tremendous insight into accountability in business and life.  This is Episode 18 of The Learning Leaders Podcast, but today it had the most impact on me as I listened during my drive this morning.  

 

I highly recommend you find some time today to listen and absorb everything Sam Silverstein has to say in this podcast.  

 

A big thanks to Ryan Hawk for starting this podcast and sharing his inspiring discussions with the world.

 

Follow this link to listen now!

 

http://learningleader.com/episode-018-sam-silverstein-why-successful-people-love-accountability/

 

 

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