Use Accountability to Gain Respect with Liz Wiltsie

Use Accountability to Gain Respect with Liz Wiltsie

Liz Wiltsie is a professional business consultant and coach with diverse industry experience, ranging from documentary filmmaking, small business technology, and education administration.

She has been mentoring and coaching Millennials and Gen Z for 13 years and brings a unique perspective because of her time in business, tech, and education. Her super-power is breaking complex topics down into actionable insight. 

In this episode, Liz shares her management style that earns the utmost respect from colleagues and team even amidst you, showing your human side. She will give us tips on what to take note of when you are on the leadership position. And not to be missed are her insights on mistakes most people in leadership position commit and at the same time, what needs to be avoided when you are at the top hierarchical end of the organization.

Why you have to check out today’s podcast:

  • Discover how to avoid the pitfalls of the Peter Principle
  • Know how to gain respect from your subordinates but still be human
  • As a leader, learn how to hold someone accountable without being threatening

“Once you get into  leadership position, there’s often hesitation to be accountable for anything as people move up in the ranks of leadership that feel like there are higher and higher stakes.”

– Liz Wiltsie


Key Takeaways from Liz Wiltsie:

“You spend, on average, 90,000 hours at work in your lifetime; if you don’t enjoy your work environment, it affects everything else.”

“Three areas that I focus on: respect without fear, motivating without manipulation, building morale without false praise.”

“When you make a mistake, own it fast and publicly, the bigger your title, the more public you need to own it. Owning it doesn’t mean belaboring it but just admitting it and providing or working on the solution.”

“Never think that someone doesn’t have a valid opinion.”

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