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Jessica Soroky’s Guest Post #31: Slowing Down to Reach Responsibility
I am aware that I often respond without pausing to let what was just said really saturate my brain. I’ve heard a lot about the concept of slowing down your thinking and always wanted to read more on the subject but could always justify why I didn’t have time. With the constraints of work and family, my intention to read...

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Posted on 04/09/2014 01:50 am | No Comments
 
Accountability vs Responsibility – An Instructional Prezi
Accountability vs Responsibility. What is the relationship between these two important words? What do they mean? How do I get it right at work? (more…)

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Posted on 03/18/2014 01:57 am | No Comments
 
Jessica Soroky Guest Post #12: How I Turn on Responsibility
How often do we change how we talk or act based on who we are surrounded by? I picture a dial in my head that affects my filters. When I go to work or am surrounded by other professionals, I tend to turn the dial to high to filter out some of the things that may not be deemed professional....

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Posted on 11/27/2013 06:25 am | No Comments
 
Your Complete Freedom To Choose
[caption id="attachment_2173" align="alignright" width="339" caption="Peter Koestenbaum's Leadership Diamond"][/caption] I strongly recommend subscribing to Peter Koestenbaum's weekly Leadership Thought from which I re-publish the following: KOESTENBAUM'S WEEKLY LEADERSHIP THOUGHT - 09 MAY 2011 FREEDOM: The Axiom That Empowers the Human If there is only one fact of existence we can teach a person, help a person discover and learn, it is that you are...

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Posted on 05/20/2011 01:05 am | No Comments
 
How Teaching Responsibility Translates to Higher Productivity
I want to dispel the myth that responsibility is an inherent personality characteristic. Responsibility is learnable -- my client’s results prove it over and over again. With the advances of the last twenty-five years responsibility is a directly observable, learnable, and teachable mental process anyone can understand and master. When leaders treat responsibility as a personality trait (or flaw), then...

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Posted on 03/08/2011 01:30 am | 5 Comments
 
Improve Teamwork Success by Applying the Principle of Transactional and Relational Exchanges
I developed the following model to communicate the essence of partnering between any two entities, whether people or groups, and whether external or internal to an organization: Partnering = Exchange + Expansion + Integrity Let's look at collaborating across boundaries -- or what is frequently called partnering -- and the first of three keys to sustainable partnering across any boundary:...

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Posted on 12/14/2010 12:35 am | No Comments
 
Mastering Responsibility is a Must for Effective Leadership
Whether your leadership intent is your own success, or leading a team, task force, or entire enterprise, mastering responsibility will accelerate your progress. "Mastery" means having mastered your own internal Responsibility Process™ and applying the 3 Keys to Responsibility™ in daily life for even greater freedom, choice, and power. Here are three reasons why mastering responsibility is a must for effective...

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Posted on 09/10/2010 03:36 pm | No Comments
 
Should You Delete Your Facebook Account?
I saw this op-ed in the San Antonio paper yesterday (it's a couple of weeks old, first appearing here). I shared it with my wife Amy. Her reaction was similar to mine: Whoa. The claim is that Facebook, led by 26-year-old founder Mark Zuckerberg, is systematically liberalizing it's privacy policy and practices. Why?  To earn more revenue by packaging and...

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Posted on 06/07/2010 07:00 am | No Comments
 
Does Developing Your Innate Leadership Improve Agility?
According to research, a top 5 reason for executive failure is the refusal to see and deal with reality.1 Imagine that. Executives can be so sure of their plan that they blind themselves to threats and forces that they could see if they were willing and open to seeing them. I'm guessing this is not a shock to you. Executive...

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Posted on 06/01/2010 03:49 am | No Comments
 
Will Smith on Living and Success
Actor Will Smith passionately espouses his philosophy for life and success in this well-crafted video. Numerous linkages to the Responsibility Process and Keys to Responsibility are evident. As you watch, listen for references to intention, awareness, and confront. This video is evocative and inspirational to say the least. If it doesn't inspire you to own who you are and step...

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Posted on 01/30/2010 11:01 am | 1 Comment
 
 
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