1 of 2 Dr. Nate Regier: Compassionate Accountability

Leadership and Loyalty™ · February 21, 2024

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One of the most challenging aspects of our work is holding our people accountable. I’ve yet to meet a leader who doesn’t wish that they didn’t have to and that team members would do it for themselves. But we all know that’s not how it works!

Holding team members accountable can feel like a parent scolding or punishing the child, and no one enjoys that, mainly when dealing with a peer.

Is there a way to effectively hold team members accountable without it turning into a dysfunctional parent-child scenario?

The “Great Resignation,” “Quiet Quitting,” and “Remote Working” have all made accountability more critical than ever. How can we hold leaders accountable with compassion?  Well, the answer is something that our next guest has been dedicated to not only discovering but implementing.

Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Nate Regier. Nate and his team at Next Element have pioneered the Compassionate Accountability framework, ushering in a new paradigm of leadership that helps organizations thrive in complex and challenging environments.

Nate Regier is the CEO and founding owner of Next Element Consulting, a global leadership consulting and training firm that build cultures of compassionate accountability. Dr. Regier is a former practicing psychologist and expert in social-emotional intelligence, interpersonal communication, conflict skills, and leadership. Recognized as a Top 100 keynote speaker, Nate is a Process Communication Model® Certifying Master Trainer. He hosts a podcast called “On Compassion with Dr. Nate.”


Nate is also the author of four books: Beyond Drama, Conflict without Casualties, Seeing People Through, and his newest book, Compassionate Accountability.




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Part 1: Compassion and Accountability – A Perfect Marriage

  • Where “turn the other cheek” Fails 
  • Lessons from Africa 
  • Holding Team Members Accountable Without Toxic Dynamics 
  • Pragmatic Compassion
  • Using Conflict as a Catalyst for Change
  • Are Compassion and Accountability at Odds
  • We Forget That the Problem Is the Problem
  • Struggle as Intimacy – Brothers and Sisters in Arms
  • The Difference Between an Intelligent, Motivated, Capable Human.
  • The 3 Switches That Will Power Up Your Leadership 
  • Setting The Foundation for Being Part of a Solution
  • Lessons in Compassionate Accountability from a Two-Year-Old 
  • Compassionate Accountability and Resistance


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