We’re now The Responsibility Company

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I have much to report. It’s been a while.  I intend to be brief here, reporting just enough for now, and then write follow-on blogs.

I’m back, mostly

I was pretty sick for about three years, from 2015 into 2018. I was seriously down, but not out. I still have some lingering effects. Someday I’ll tell the whole story. Now isn’t the time.

We were able to keep Partnerwerks alive, thank goodness. I evolved, and I retrospected much. I decided that if I had the opportunity I would make important changes in the business of The Responsibility Process.

And that’s what I’m doing.

Enter advisors and team

During 2018 I asked a number of CEOs who are clients, and who love The Responsibility Process, for strategic guidance. They gave freely and I’m grateful.

We assembled a simple plan and executed. 2018 was a good year. 2019 will be better.

We now have a small team in flow, and we’re growing.

Long live Partnerwerks

For twenty-eight years we went by the name of Partnerwerks, Inc. As of January 2019 we are The Responsibility Company™. It amazes me that the name is not in use by any other entity.

It sounds friendly, doesn’t it? The Responsibility Company.

Note to customers and suppliers: This is not a DBA (“dong business as”) or a new entity. We filed a name change amendment with the State of Texas. Our EIN (Employee Identification Number) remains the same.

If you’ve ever changed your name you know it takes a while to get it changed everywhere, so enjoy seeing “Partnerwerks” here and there for some time.

The perfect domain (pinch me)

In December we acquired the domain Responsibility.com. It will be the home for The Responsibility Company business.

As with the name “The Responsibility Company”, I was awestruck that we could acquire it. Synchronicity? I believe it.

Expanded purpose

Our new name and soon-to-be new home on the web mean an expanded narrative and opportunity. We’re at the beginning of exercises to understand and communicate what’s possible. Stay tuned.

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Christopher Avery headshotChristopher Avery, “The Responsibility Process guy”, founded The Leadership Gift™ Program to make world-class personal leadership development accessible to individuals worldwide. His books include The Responsibility Process and Teamwork Is An Individual Skill.

Posted in Responsibility on 03/04/2019 03:58 pm
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