Society & Culture
In a study, the Association for Training and Development found that by yourself, the probability of achieving a goal you have set for yourself will not exceed 50%. There is one more method we will deploy to help you build the new habit that will make you more trusted: using an accountability partner. In this episode, we will explain why an accountability partner is important, help you decide who would be a good accountability partner for you, and how to effectively work with the accountability partner.
S5E7: TRUST and Feedback—Part V: How to Take Feedback
S5E6: TRUST and Feedback—Part IV: Are you Ready to Take Feedback?
S5E5: TRUST and Feedback—Part III: How to Deliver Feedback?
S5E4: TRUST and Feedback—Part II: Why are you Giving Feedback? Perception vs. Reality, When and Where to Give Feedback?
S5E3: TRUST and Feedback—Part I: Accountability, Reciprocity, and Positive Feedback
S5E2: Why is TRUST Declining?
S5E1: TRUST and First Impression
S4E12: TRUSTABILITY, Your Greater Responsibility
S4E11: Can You TRUST Customer Reviews?
S4E10: How do you Measure TRUST?
S4E9: What Does TRUST Have to do with the Boardroom?
S4E8: TRUST and Breaking the Rules
S4E7: Is TRUST More Important Than Performance?
S4E6: How Many People Can You TRUST?
S4E5: Trust and COVID-19
S4E4: 10 Ways to be More Accountable and Trusted (Part II)
S4E3: 10 Ways to be More Accountable and Trusted (Part I)
S4E2: How to Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions
S4E1: Is Procrastination Good or Bad?
S3E10: Becoming more Trusted. The end of the Process. What‘s Next?
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