Mar11

The reverse CARE

Written by Ryan Blanck

I've broken leadership down into a simple four-step process. I call it the reverse CARE:

  1. Expectations
  2. Responsibility
  3. Accountability
  4. Consequences/Rewards

Expectations - what is expected of us (the organization) and me (each team member).

Responsibility - what are our responsibilities?

Accountability - what are the deliverables and metrics that define our/my performance/success and when are they due?

Consequences/rewards - what happens when goals aren't/are achieved?

All of these items need to be defined for the organization, individual teams, and each person. They should be established, communicated, and mutually agreed upon (i.e. "I understand and accept...") prior to project commencement.

The trick, outline some great rewards and encourage the heart throughout the process.

About the Author

Ryan Blanck, CPF, CPT

Ryan, Deviate's founder and CEO, is the world's only dual Certified Professional Facilitator and Certified Personal Trainer. His clients are visionary leaders, high-performing teams, and accomplished athletes and entertainers.

He is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Facilitators, American Council on Exercise, and IDEA Health and Fitness Association. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for two national non-profits, Freestyle Foundation and Loa Scholarship Fund, and is a national spokesperson for the American Council on Exercise.

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