Even though the terms “desire” and “willingness” are not often mentioned in Right-Minded Teamwork materials (except within the The model is a teaching aid that helps your team choose a set of unique, “right” teamwork attitudes and behaviors.), Right-Mindedness and accountability are virtually synonymous.
The concepts of desire and willingness permeate all RMT methods and processes simply because it is impossible to think in a Right-Minded way, behave with Right-Minded Accountability, and achieve Right-Minded Teamwork without a heartfelt desire and genuine willingness to do so.
The Right Choice Model found in the book How to Apply the Right Choice Model: Create a Right-Minded Team That Works as One teaches, Right-Minded accountability is the desire and willingness to change my mind and behavior in order to effectively respond to difficult team situations.
If you share the Right Choice Model with your team and distribute the Right Choice cards to teammates, you will see the definition of “desire and willingness” on the cards.