This is part two of our discussion focused on Ownership and Accountability. In the last episode, Ownership and Accountability, we discussed ownership from the perspective of owning our attitude, how we choose to show up, the impact we want on our environment and the purpose for why we are dedicating our heart and time.

This episode immediately picks up with the question relating to the difference between Men and Women in Leadership and how we approach ownership and accountability differently. We also dig deep into the mental or emotional crutches we may lean on, which affect how we show up as a leader, team member, or influence relationships.

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Thank you to our 5 excellent coaches for sharing insight and perspectives and showing the power of vulnerability. Learn more about our individual backgrounds: Your Tribe

Thank you to our 5 excellent coaches for sharing insight and perspectives and showing the power of vulnerability.

Aimee Allen
Haig Partners
aimee@haigpartners.com

Brigitta Hoeferle
The Center of NLP
brigitta@nlpatlanta.com

Cindy Kavanagh
C&JKAV, LLC
cindygauri@gmail.com

Jeanne Zierhoffer
JZ Lifestyle Team
jeannezierhoffer@gmail.com

Kendall Rawls
The Rawls Group: Business Succession Planners
kendall@rawlsgroup.com

“Your Tribe” is produced by The Rawls Group – Business Succession Planners.

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Owner Motivation and Perspective

An owner’s perspective and attitude towards the business, employees and the community shapes the culture of the organization, attitudes of employees and customers.

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