Top 5 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Teaching Responsibility

I’ve been collecting people’s biggest question about how to teach responsibility to their target audience. After analyzing the first 100 responses, here’s the most popular:

  1. “How can I get these people (teammates, employees, children, spouse, best friend, students, managers no good dirty rotten scoundrels) to take responsibility (to do their homework, their work assignments, their chores, to own their relationship problems)?”
  2. “How can I get these people (no good dirty rotten scoundrels, etc.) to want to take responsibility?”
  3. “How can I learn more about what makes them avoid or take responsibility so I can do a better job of getting their attention or triggering their sense of responsibility?”
  4. “How can I learn to take greater responsibility for my upset that I have surrounded myself with people who don’t want to take responsibility?”
  5. “How can we alter the course of a group (organization culture, society, next generation)?”

What do you think? Leave me a comment here or  add your biggest question (do it in time and you may get access to a valuable free tele-seminar where I address these questions!).

Posted in Responsibility on 02/18/2008 11:50 am
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