Entrepreneurs struggle with employees not taking ownership the same way that they do. Here are some suggestions for ways to handle a situation when someone doesn’t take responsibility for a task, and an example of how an ownership conversation ought to go.
What you’ll find in this episode:
- Why ownership is a personal responsibility.
- How getting out of an employee’s way, in order to foster ownership, is different than abdication.
- What “mis-delegating” means.
- An example of a frustrating ownership conversation and suggestions for what to do instead.
- Essential competencies that I believe every employee should come to the table with.
- What not to do when someone doesn’t take ownership.
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