Posts Tagged ‘ Responsibility ’

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
 
The Leadership Gift Program 2019 Teaching Team
Last semester we quietly experimented with a teaching team (as opposed to a single instructor). It was a hit! Why? You can learn so much from teachers other than Christopher. Why? Because they are (more…)

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Posted on 04/01/2019 03:34 pm | No Comments
 
Why Responsibility is the Mark of Leadership
When you're coping you're not leading. In this video we summarize an hour-long webinar in five minutes. We could summarize it in three words: Leadership is Responsibility. (more…)

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Posted on 04/05/2018 10:37 am | No Comments
 
How to Apologize Responsibly in 4 Steps
My own blunder offered a perfect opportunity to review this clear approach to owning and cleaning up one's relationship messes.     Share your apology tips in a comment.   Read The Responsibility Process in paperback or on Kindle or iBooks. Contact us to order in volume for your event, book club, or class.  Christopher Avery, "The Responsibility Process guy", founded The Leadership Gift™ Program to make world-class personal leadership development accessible to...

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Posted on 04/01/2018 11:06 am | No Comments
 
Don’t Hide From Responsibility, Own It
Guest Post by Mark Roberts Christopher Avery here. With pleasure I welcome Mark Roberts again to this blog. Mark is in management in a security services company in London, England. He shares a love for responsible leadership. Read more about Mark at the end of this post. Enjoy. I'm actually writing this post from a place of freedom, it's my choice,...

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Posted on 09/15/2014 05:57 am | No Comments
 
Don’t Drive Accountability, Teach Responsibility
Accountability is the first tool of management. And, a billion-dollar consulting industry exists to teach organizations how to drive accountability into the organization. But I've noticed this: the more successful consultants and trainers are at driving accountability into your organization, the more personal responsibility goes down. Let's look at why that is the case: Accountability is the first tool of...

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Posted on 09/02/2014 01:17 am | 3 Comments
 
You Are Responsible for Your Reality
Guest Post by Mark Roberts Christopher Avery here. With pleasure I welcome Mark Roberts to this blog. Mark is in management in a security services company in London, England. He shares a love for responsible leadership. Read more about Mark at the end of this post. Enjoy. We've all done it -- I know I have. Over the years, I've found...

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Posted on 08/05/2014 01:27 am | No Comments
 
What I Learned From Children – the Book
An Excerpt from Kimberly Cordell's "What I Learned From Children" Christopher Avery here. I've known Kimberly most of our lives. She married one of my best buds and we've all stayed buds, so I've watched their three girls -- who appear in the photos on every page of this book -- grow into happy and talented women. Beginning a few years ago,...

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Posted on 07/22/2014 09:01 am | No Comments
 
Lessons in Responsibility
Guest Post by Cathy Laffan Christopher Avery here. With pleasure I welcome Cathy Laffan again to this blog. Cathy is an innovative executive with a global financial services firm. She shares a love for responsible leadership. Read more about Cathy at the end of her post. Enjoy. Now that I am aware of The Responsibility Process™, I learn lessons in...

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Posted on 07/15/2014 07:11 am | 1 Comment
 
Jessica Soroky’s Guest Post #42: This Responsibility Stuff is Hard
There have been countless times over the past few years that I have wanted to give up and give in to the way that society functions – where accountability and responsibility are more of a great idea than something practiced. It normally comes after watching someone who cheats and lies get to the top. It has even left me with...

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Posted on 06/25/2014 06:43 am | 3 Comments
 
 
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