Posts Tagged ‘ Leadership ’

Will my schedule keep me from participating in Responsibility Immersion?
Laura writes. I’m interested in your new offering of an online immersion course. Right now we are in Thailand, so the times for the classes are pretty late for me. I checked the dates, and several after we leave Asia are on travel days, even more difficult. Normally I would say I should wait for the next semester. But I’m facing...

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Posted on 09/21/2019 07:02 am | No Comments
 
How agile leaders improve results with The Responsibility Process
  This post originally appeared on LinkedIn Pulse.   Are your agile efforts missing something, but you can't put your finger on it? Perhaps The Responsibility Process can help. No business sector enjoys wider adoption of The Responsibility Process (described below) than the (more…)

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Posted on 03/12/2017 12:15 am | 1 Comment
 
The First Principle of Success
Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery. For millennia advisors have told us that taking 100 percent personal responsibility is the first principle of success. These advisors include philosophers such as Socrates; success experts like Napoleon Hill, Jack Canfield, and Tony Robbins; spiritual leaders Norman Vincent Peale and Robert Schuller; and management experts like Steven Covey and Marshall Goldsmith....

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Posted on 11/12/2016 01:15 am | 1 Comment
 
“The Responsibility Process” ebook is now available
A few days ago I announced the print publication of The Responsibility Process. Today, the ebook is available on Kindle and iBook/iTunes. This book is for anyone interested in leading themselves and others to greater degrees of freedom, choice, and power. Read a free preview.     Christopher Avery authored Teamwork Is An Individual Skill for everyone who wants to be...

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Posted on 09/27/2016 11:42 am | No Comments
 
At last “The Responsibility Process” is published
For ten years people have asked when I would write the book on The Responsibility Process. It is done. The Responsibility Process was published last Friday (Amazon). Read advance praise from early reviewers. Here's an excerpt from the (more…)

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Posted on 09/24/2016 01:34 am | 4 Comments
 
Jessica Soroky Guest Post #24: If You Don’t Stand for Something, You Will Fall for Anything
Stand for Something When I kick off product teams, one of the many things I do with them is play a game called Product Tree. Product Tree is a game created by Luke Hohmann (Innovation Games®) where you use a metaphor of a tree to envision the different aspects of a team or product. You start by drawing a big...

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Posted on 02/19/2014 01:21 am | No Comments
 
Leadership Skills: Why Light Follows Heat
"Look" the fellow from Denmark exclaimed while pointing to the visual I'd created the day before. "It's just what Avery said would happen: we had a breakthrough!" It was true. His team had broken through a frustrating and heated issue. Now the ten participants, including Germans, Italians, Americans, and Danes, were expressing relief and celebrating. Why? (more…)

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Posted on 11/14/2013 08:29 am | No Comments
 
Reblogged: A People Leadership Agenda for an Effective Portfolio Culture
This was posted today on the Rally blog. If you don't already follow Rally's leading software development industry coaches and executives, I recommend it. Enjoy. When Rally asked if I would bring my Agile leadership and culture-building tools to the portfolio space, I asked a question of my own: What are the greatest pain points in portfolio management around people,...

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Posted on 11/07/2013 04:27 pm | No Comments
 
Leadership Skills: How to Turn Around Failing Projects or Teams
Things often don't go as planned with teams or projects, but they can go as expected. Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter once beautifully restated a longstanding truism about projects and teams. She said "everything looks like a failure in the middle." (more…)

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Posted on 11/04/2013 01:02 am | No Comments
 
Personal Leadership: How Anyone Can Take Charge in Life and Work
Normally this blog gives freely and asks little. Today is different. We're giving and asking.  You see starting tomorrow and for the next two or three weeks, scores of leaders and coaches worldwide will apply for admission to The Leadership Gift™ Program 2014. Why? (more…)

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Posted on 10/21/2013 01:00 am | 1 Comment
 
 
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