Team alignment is essential to success and results. We must all be moving toward the same goals.
What Causes Leader Accountability Issues
These are common causes we have seen to be typical of this issue. This list is not exhaustive but helps you to understand some of the potential root causes.
When leaders and team members don't see how they are accountable to themselves, their team, and the organization as a whole when they are in isolation, personal achievements will trump organizational achievements.
When leaders and team members understand performance measures to only be based on personal success and not on organizational success, the shared goals will not be the focus.
Feedback, not Feed-Forward
When leaders and all employees only receive feedback on what they did wrong and not "feed-forward" on what they can do better, they will be less likely to share and collaborate with others, losing sight of organizational goals.