I believe Accountability can be a game-changer for many organizations, leaders and employees.

I don’t believe we have enough accountability in many of our organizations, leaders and employees.

I believe and know that that accountability, along with integrity and trust are crucial to making our work world function at a higher level.

That’s why I poured the last year of my writing life into writing Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox. It’s full of tools and strategies any leader, manager, supervisor or employee can use to “change it up.”

The coupon below gives you a significant 10% discount on the book and is good until September 15th. Thank you for taking a look and considering it.

Here are 14 reviews showing you what you can gain from reading this book:

  • “I cannot hardly wait to add Lynne’s book, Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox, to my business leadership collection. Lynne’s no-nonsense approach to recruiting, hiring, developing, and managing a culture of accountability in the workforce provides today’s business leaders with a comprehensive proven toolset. Leaders can adopt her holistic step-by-step approach to building highly accountable and effective teams and draw on Lynne’s years of experience and success.” Jim Bates, President, LMJ Consulting; President, Project Management Institute Alaska Chapter; Business Owner, Business Improvement Group, Inc.
  • “I love this book! Lynne Curry cuts through ‘theory’ and gives leaders specific actions they can take now to bring their organizations to new heights of success. This book is a practical guide for leaders on how to inspire and engage team members in any type of organization. Managing for Accountability outlines practical and actionable steps to attract, inspire, and motivate employees to take full responsibility for organizational success.  Itshows you how to motivate by linking employee goals to organizational goals, ensuring a win-win for all.  Lynne Curry has distilled her decades of expertise into this short, pithy read. Your organization will benefit and your staff will be engaged and inspired when you start using Lynne’s wise and practical advice.”  Barbara Elfman Bell, Chief People & Culture Officer of Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.
  • “Lynne Curry’s Managing for Accountability puts 39 years of management consulting experience into one easy-to-read tool for managers at levels. I’d attended several of Lynne Curry’s management and coaching seminars over the years. Her ideas are easy to implement and they deliver measurable results. In this new book, a compilation of her tools and tricks of the trade are now available to everyone. Not every company can afford the time or money to send every manager to intensive management training. I’m so pleased Dr. Curry has created this tool for us to utilize with our staff!” Dee Buchanon, owner, Apex Marketing and Alaska Statewide Director of Marketing, Subway Development, Inc.
  • “Dr. Lynne Curry has assisted me, partners, and employees through challenges for more than three decades. She’s helped us to work together professionally to achieve our potential, always focused on excellence at the end of the day.  She has always been responsive, straightforward, and direct with her meaningful advice and counsel assisting me to develop and grow in leadership.  Her new writing, Managing for Accountability: A Business Leaders Toolbox, will now become a top choice in my library of recommended reads.  Being accountable, and teaching/training for accountability should be a focus of every business leader’s life and work.” Larry Cash, Founder and Chair of the Board, RIM Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii
  • “We’ve reviewed Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox and consider it invaluable. Building a culture of accountability is essential to any organization’s success.  Lynne Curry has provided our agency sound and strategic human resources advice for two decades. Her amazing expertise has helped us to handle extremely difficult HR situations.” Bess Clark, Executive Director, Community Connections, Inc.
  • “This is a clearly written guide to achieving an accountable workplace, one in which managers and employees work for a common goal. Lynne Curry’s years of experience have produced a book that will be valuable to any organization.” Harry Cylinder, CPCU, ARM Risk and Insurance Consultant, Beacon Insurance Services
  • Managing for AccountabilityA Business Leader’s Toolbox is a must have for every leader seeking to inspire stellar performance from each and every employee. Accountability is made, not born: it is created, ignited, and fueled by the thoughtful actions of exceptional leaders.  Lynne Curry has taken her four decades of human resources expertise and loaded this book full of anecdotes, methods, and tools for optimizing the commitment and results of employees.  Having worked extensively with Lynne during my tenure as a Chief Human Resource Officer in Alaska, I can attest that she is a woman of rare insight with the innovative solutions to match!  She has captured her wealth of experience, paired it with compassionate common sense, and provided a text that is refreshing and insightful.  This is a must read!” Gail Forrest, Senior Human Resources Consultant at Tandem HR
  • “Lynne Curry’s new book drills down to the core of profit, management and organizational leadership via the relationship between accountability and leadership. The book is a terrific explanation of what accountability means to an organization, and its relationship to profit and leadership. For business people looking to understand the human as well as the financial cost of accountability, this is it.” Human Resources Attorney Charles Krugel
  • Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox has exactly the information and guidance I’ve been seeking. It’s a practical read with a no-nonsense approach. It offers an easy how-to implementation guide for dealing with real on-the-job scenarios.  Thisis an excellent resource for leaders and managers who want to keep their people skills sharp. After my first read, I found myself going back to key points I picked up from the book. I loved how the author held me, the reader, accountable for my work performance, even as she taught me to maximize the accountability of my employees. I was successfully able to execute these tools during on-the-fly conversations with employees. Curry delivers her straight-to-the-point professional advice in a way that easily implementable. A must read!” Brooke McLaughlin, Associate Broker, The Summit Group
  • “Lynne Curry is quite literally an expert in management and human resources and her new book provides the building blocks to foster a contagious culture of accountability. Curry’s easy-to-follow tips on engagement and self-assessment (among other topics) give managers a roadmap to success. Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox should be required reading for senior leadership.” Attorney Eric Meyer, Partner, FisherBroyles
  • Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox offers easily found answers to questions every responsible organization should be asking its leadership. For anyone who is looking for specific strategies for an issue or problem, the book is arranged in a manner that lets you go right to the section you need to find an answer quickly. The book is well-written and gives the reader a step-by-step process to help make improvements in employee attitude and work performance. I highly recommend the book as reading for all organizations. For managers, it’s a must read!” David Morgan, Director, Alaskan Center for Sustainable Healthcare
  • “Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox’s author is brilliant, inspirational, creative, and brings a fresh and compassionate insight into the workplace. Itis a comprehensive and well-written guidebook that every executive, manager, and supervisor will want on their desk. It promotes new ideas for improving employee performance, morale, and the bottom line while creating new cultures. I write this as a business leader with 35 plus years working in the resource and technology industry, government, and the nonprofit sector. This book is a necessary read for management and leaders to succeed in a changing business world, as well as creating future workplace cultures.  It encourages leaders to lead by example and defines what accountability is and is not. It is a simple and humanitarian approach to sometimes complex workplace issues.Rebecca Parker, Executive Director of the Anchorage Senior Activity Center.
  • “Of all the areas of business management, personnel issues are considered to be the most challenging, consuming the bulk of administrative effort and presenting some of the greatest areas of liability. Lynne Curry has long been recognized as a leading expert in the field of human resources and employee relations, bringing her creative skills to task.   Curry has long been the go to person, not only for my office, but for many clients, as well.   Curry has risen to the difficult task of resolving management/employee issues with a remarkable record of success in bringing the participants to mutually agreeable, positive results and to get companies back on track. Highly sought after for her unique and proven abilities.   Curry now shares many of her respected talents in her book Managing for Accountability.   The book is an excellent primer for all managers which should be required reading and kept close at hand as a resource to be consulted time and time again.” Attorney William Satterberg, Law Offices of William R. Satterberg Jr.
  • “Dr. Lynne Curry has long been the emergency responder for many Alaskan businesses. We have called Lynne to help us navigate the most challenging moments of growing our business from one to over two thousand employees over the last fifteen years. When a situation seemed impossibly mired in complexity and negativity, Curry would calmly and professionally chart a path out of the woods for us. In her book, Managing for Accountability, Curry has distilled the lessons of her long career creating solutions from conflict and dysfunction. She is a brilliant communicator who can distill complex strategies and techniques into accessible and action-oriented language, a skill she has clearly brought to the writing of this book.  Business leaders should have this one sitting on their desk for quick reference.” Dave Stephens, Chief Executive Officer, Ouzinkie Native Corporation and Katmai Government Services

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