No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth BY Sam Silverstein

No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth BY Sam Silverstein
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No More Excuses:

The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth

BY Sam Silverstein

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT / GENERAL & INTRODUCTORY BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT /



Wiley

Adobe E-Book 224 pages January 2010



Accountability is not a consequence ... it's your competitive advantage!

Early in the Minnesota Twins 2009 exhibition season, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire discovered a note on his desk from Justin Morneau, his star first baseman. It read: ¡°Gardy: I forgot to run sprints after the workouts yesterday; I am fining myself.¡± Next to the note was a hundred-dollar bill.

Entrepreneur, author, and speaker Sam Silverstein asks: Is Justin Morneau accountable because he's a superstar or is he a superstar because he's accountable?

In No More Excuses, Silverstein identifies the Five Accountabilities shared by all truly successful people and organizations.



• Shows why accountability gives businesses and individuals the competitive edge

• How to instill accountability throughout the enterprise

• How the Five Accountabilities can support both values and strategic intent.

• Includes interviews with 50 carefully chosen

Accountability Masters from six continents and all walks of life¡ªincluding academics, Fortune 500 CEOs, and Hall of Fame athletes.



No More Excuses also features on-line resources for implementing and reinforcing each of the Five

Accountabilities on a daily basis. Read it¡ªand expand your own Accountability Zone!



AUTHOR INFORMATION:

Sam Silverstein is an internationally acclaimed consultant, coach, and business advisor. A past president of The National Speakers Association, his client list includes such organizations as AFLAC, Lucent Technologies, the National Association of Home Builders, Prudential Insurance Company, and the United States Postal Service.



TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments. Introduction¡ªYour Competitive Advantage.

Learn the Five Accountabilities that give people and organizations the edge.

How to Use This Book.

Get an overview of the ¡®¡®No More Excuses¡¯¡¯ program¡ªand meet the Accountability Masters who contributed to this book.

PART ONE.

Chapter 1¡ªThe $10,000 Question.

Learn who you are really accountable to.

Chapter 2¡ªBeyond the Excuse.

Find out how expensive excuses really are.

PART TWO.

Chapter 3¡ªThe First Accountability: Doing the Right Things.

You are accountable for understanding and identifying your strategic intent¡ªand the activities that support it.

Chapter 4¡ªThe Second Accountability: Managing Your Space.

You are accountable for creating space for new ideas, initiatives, and projects.

Chapter 5¡ªThe Third Accountability: Managing the Process.

You are accountable for creatively pursuing your strategic intent, even when you hit an obstacle.

Chapter 6¡ªThe Fourth Accountability: Establishing the Right Expectations.

You are accountable for setting expectations that reflect your values, that are properly benchmarked, and that are a bit of a stretch.

Chapter 7¡ªThe Fifth Accountability: Contributing to Your Relationships.

You are accountable for giving to the relationships that matter most to you¡ªand for giving to the larger world.

Chapter 8¡ªCreating a Culture of Accountability.

Advice from the Accountability Masters on sustaining an accountable team.

Conclusion: The Accountability Movement.

Join the global alliance of Highly Accountable People.

Index.