I’ve been a graduate of Seth Godin’s altMBA (an amazing program) since March 31 and I’ve noticed one major thing - the level of positive accountability was empowering.
I miss it. I really do.
Here’s why… the group and I were driven. We were excited and interested in learning and we learned more from each other than we did from the prompt or the reading. Seth would say he designed it that way.
I’m investigating how to keep that type of momentum going in my work place. How do I and the team I lead become more accountable and interested in our work and the work of those we collaborate with? How might we encourage personal and professional growth in ways that build us up (instead of tear us down)? How do we become better coaches for each other and ourselves?
I’ll let you know what I figure out.