Sadika Kebbi - "Equipping Others"
IBGR- Profit Radio Network and to Equipping Others : Episode P4.05.3–Be on the Same Page—Create Balance between Authority and Responsibility.
How to balance authority and responsibility so employees can successfully complete their jobs,
Greetings from Beirut, Lebanon! And a la Libanaise, good evening, kifak, ca va? Hopefully one day you will have the chance to visit us and listen to Lebanese people speaking three languages in one sentence!
You are listening to IBGR Network, better known as International Business growth Radio Network—IBGR is our call sign for our radio station, but we are more than that- we are a family of entrepreneurs that came together to create a shared space of collaboration where you can join us to help you start your business, enhance your business, grow your business, or reinvent your business.
Anything you need to become an exemplary entrepreneur you can find it on our website especially by joining our community of Commerce where you can connect and obtain an answer to all your questions. Connection is the secret to all your inquiries, as it is also the solution for a better world. As for authority and responsibility, if they go hand in hand your team would be more inclined to work with you.
I am Sadika Kebbi, your host, coming to you live from Beirut, Lebanon. I am a business consultant, a trainer, coach, and speaker. I am also an NLP practitioner and a meta coach. I created my NGO, or my non-profit organization in 2016, under the name of Being Human, or Kon Ensan in Arabic, with the aim of achieving social cohesion, peace building and women and youth empowerment.
As the CEO of my NGO or the decision maker, I had to create balance between authority and responsibility. We are all used to making decisions, but sometimes we do that less skillfully than we might, especially when it comes to authority and responsibility. When should I be authoritative and when should I be responsible? Or when should I take responsibility of things, and when can I allocate responsibility?
Once I assessed the seriousness of my actions, it was helpful to weigh how much of my perceived wrongdoing is my personal responsibility. I learned to do a list of all the people and aspects of a situation that contributed to my decision in order to find clarity and define my responsibilities.
What you need to know.
To develop a team, you have to allow them to take on new challenges and risks. If you only focus on today’s result and pay no attention to the potential of tomorrow, you and your team will never grow.
That is exactly when authority and responsibility hold hands. When people take personal responsibility and are held accountable for their actions, their colleagues are much more inclined to work with them and more motivated to cooperate in general. Individual accountability is a critical element of every collaborative effort. Everyone has to have his or her part for a group to function effectively.
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