Hello - I'm almost one year into my first management position in a new organization. When I started, I was very familiar with some of the folks and not so much with other members. I'm contemplating different ways to kick off this year as we set business objectives to reinforce basic concepts of ownership and accountability (among others).
Probably as is the case with many teams, I see variability in degrees of ownership. I've been thinking of the benefits of setting expectations in a group setting (i.e. team meeting) versus one-on-one to the folks I feel need to hear this message more.
I'm leaning towards a more generic message in a team meeting that shows we are defining success, in part, in terms of accountability and ownership in all our activities. I would then provide feedback as necessary in O3s.
I was wondering if anyone out there has some suggestions as far as what they've tried and what's worked. Specifically I'm interested in how to deliver this in a team setting without turning off those who may already be demonstrating the correct attributes.