This Infographic Can Truly Empower You

Do you ever feel powerless?

The first step to empowerment is to have accountability for yourself.

At War Room, The Ladder of Accountability is the foundation of our company culture, which allows us to embrace a culture of self-leadership. We know the tasks we are responsible for and also take ownership of the results. It encourages autonomy, problem-solving, collaborating and builds trust amongst the team. We work efficiently and well together because everyone holds each other and themselves accountable. It’s an excellent tool for any company to improve self-leadership amongst their team.

We created this infographic as it is an excellent resource for encouraging anyone and everyone to hold themselves accountable, professionally and personally. It comes especially handy when you’re trying to achieve a goal or overcome a challenge. Find out some of its benefits below!

How You Can Use It

The infographic lets you identify which stage of accountability you’re at. There are a total of eight stages:

The bottom four are “Victim Behaviors,” where you do nothing, complain or wait for a miracle all of which aren’t productive or illicit change.

The top four are “Accountable Behaviors,” where you are actively finding solutions and making things happen, in which there are limitless potential and hope. The goal for everyone is to get to the top of the ladder and control our own lives.

Accountability is what holds a team together and makes it thrive. Imagine everyone coming together and making it to the top of the Accountability Ladder: that would deliver impactful results for the business. The same framework can be applied in your personal life, too: your relationships improve, your energy is fueled, and you’re ready to take on any challenge.

Accountability makes life better, both at work and home.

The Ladder of Accountability


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