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Leadership Skills: The Importance of Taking Responsibility
Do you want to take ownership of your life, your work, and your relationships? Do you want a better life experience? Do you want to be happier or have the power to make changes? Then I welcome you to check out everything  The Leadership Gift™ Program has to offer for your personal growth. As you increase your studies of The...

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Posted on 02/06/2014 11:39 am | No Comments
 
Jessica Soroky Guest Post #11: Self-Applying Responsibility Isn’t Always Pretty
“When you judge yourself and don’t like what you see, you treat those closest to you like crap.” This isn’t a quote from a celebrity, or one of those profound one-liners on a poster. It came out of the mouth of someone I hold in high regard, and it shook me to my core. This blog post doesn’t have a...

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Posted on 11/20/2013 02:04 am | 1 Comment
 
Jessica Soroky Guest Post 4: How to Take Responsibility at Any Age
Responsibility is found in every aspect of Christopher’s teachings, and The Responsibility Process™ as well as The Leadership Gift™ Program have been fully integrated into my career and my personal life -- or so I thought. There was one more aspect of my life I had not introduced to responsibility -- my charity work. (more…)

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Posted on 10/02/2013 01:00 am | No Comments
 
9 More Reasons for Taking Responsibility for Your Team’s Success
Teamwork should no longer be considered a group skill. It's an individual skill and a responsibility of everyone in the work place. After already giving you 5 Reasons for Taking Responsibility for Your Team’s Performance, I want to share 9 more with you! (more…)

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Posted on 07/29/2013 09:56 am | No Comments
 
Leadership Skills: 5 Reasons for Taking Responsibility for Your Team’s Performance
Are you tired of hearing, and maybe even saying, "I got put on a bad team?" I am. It's the most common excuse for non-performance I hear from highly skilled professionals. I firmly believe that teamwork should no longer be considered a group skill. It is an individual skill and a responsibility of everyone in the work place. (more…)

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Posted on 06/05/2013 01:11 am | 1 Comment
 
The Mindset of a Leader Requires Taking Responsibility
Who can exhibit leadership? Anyone. Anytime. It's leadership behavior that's crucial to teams, not an assigned leader. Leadership is an emergent behavior (i.e., it emerges in a context of need or opportunity, rather than is assigned or part of a structure) that moves a group closer to its outcome. Successful leadership can be learned. What if there were a deceptively...

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Posted on 06/06/2011 10:45 am | 8 Comments
 
How Do You Stack Up? The Basic Skills to Lead or Manage Successful Teams
When I ask business leaders and IT professionals about their experience of teamwork effectiveness -- and I've asked thousands in 20+ years as a consultant and speaker -- I get a consistent "so-so" response. So what will it take to create consistently more effective teamwork across the board? First, it requires a hard look at what doesn't work. Then it...

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Posted on 12/21/2010 01:00 am | 2 Comments
 
Applying TeamWisdom: Taking Personal Responsibility Helps the Whole Team
Are you unhappy or frustrated at work? Have you thought this about your team: "I can't be responsible for the quality of my team's efforts." "Getting on a good team is mostly a matter of luck." "If I'm part of a poorly functioning team, and I'm not in charge, there is little I can do but bear it." These kinds...

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Posted on 08/13/2010 08:50 am | No Comments
 
A Modest Confession Inspired by “Million Dollar Consultant” Author Alan Weiss on Taking Personal Responsibility

Awake in the middle of the night, I arose for a cup of go-back-to-sleep tea and found Alan Weiss’s newsletter Balancing Act® in my in-box. Alan Image of Million Dollar Consulting by Alan Weissis the best-selling author of Million Dollar Consulting wherein he tells how to make a million dollars a year as a solo consultant with no employees and thus low overhead, so you get to keep the entire million and don’t have to manage anyone. I’m not there, but I have been on his mailing list for years now and I enjoy a love/hate relationship with Weiss. More about that below.

Posted on 12/01/2006 06:19 am | 2 Comments
 
 
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