Stop the Freakout #6: Recap

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Friday (27 Mar) @ 10:05 a.m. Central (15:05 GMT)
 

Another great set of questions and discussion!

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Christopher, thanks again! It was magical!
 

Stop the Freakout #5: Recap

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Wednesday (25 Mar) @ 10:05 a.m. Central (15:05 GMT)
 

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Stop the Freakout #4: Recap

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Monday (23 Mar) @ 10:05 a.m. Central (15:05 GMT)
 

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Stop the Freakout #3: Recap

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Friday (20 Mar) @ 10:05 a.m. Central (15:05 GMT)
 

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Stop the Freakout #2: Recap

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Wednesday (18 Mar) @ 2 p.m. Central (19:00 GMT)
 

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Stop the Freakout #1: Recap

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Tuesday (17 Mar) @ 2 p.m. Central (19:00 GMT)
 

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Introduction to The Responsibility Process

What is The Responsibility Process® and why is it important to understand? Watch Dr. Christopher Avery in this brief introduction. Dr. Avery also explains what we stand to gain by understanding how Responsibility works and developing a Responsibility practice.

A worldwide community of Responsibility practitioners, many in leadership roles, work together to develop their Responsibility practices. Check it out!

The Responsibility Process is always at work.

IT IS ACTIVE IN EVERYONE. LEARN TO PUT IT TO USE.

The Leader’s Guide for Teamwork is an Individual Skill

The Leader’s Guide for Teamwork is an Individual Skill

Get your free, 27-page PDF of The Leader’s Guide as a supplement to Teamwork Is an Individual Skill.

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Readers of Teamwork is an Individual Skill who want to get the most out of the book or discuss with others.
Leaders, Team Members, Trainers and Facilitators

The Leader’s Guide for Teamwork is an Individual Skill is a free, 27-page resource for leaders, members, trainers and consultants who are intent on developing team leadership abilities in themselves, their teams, and their clients.

This is the supplement Christopher mentions in his book Teamwork Is An Individual Skill: Getting Your Work Done When Sharing Responsibility. It enhances the book’s message and will save you time because it is designed to direct you to the sections that are most valuable for your particular situation. It also helps to review Teamwork Is An Individual Skill.

If you use the guide, we hope you’ll share your results with us and the Responsibility Community in our LinkedIn or Facebook pages.

Thank you for introducing The Responsibility Process to more people.

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“The value I intend to offer you through this guide is clarity of organization and focus. The Guide can quickly direct you to the most useful sections and exercises in Teamwork Is an Individual Skill based on your team development needs and situation. That can save you time and help you develop clarity about what to do to build your team.

This guide can also help you review the material in Teamwork Is an Individual Skill from different points of view since the guide is organized around the team development roles of manager, leader, member, trainer, and consultant.”

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Teamwork is an Individual Skill

Teamwork is an Individual Skill: Getting Your Work Done When Sharing Responsibility

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Do you share responsibility with others to get work done but don’t have authority over them — yet their performance reflects on your performance?

Do you want to be a more successful team leader or member?

Do you want to feel more satisfied in your teams?

Then read Christopher Avery’s Teamwork Is An Individual Skill: Getting Your Work Done When Sharing Responsibility. In it he shares what really builds teams – the same strategies Christopher teaches to the leaders and teams he coaches.

Countless coaches, trainers, and professors rely on it, and it continues to earn 5-Star reviews.

Knowing how to take, teach, and inspire personal and shared responsibility is critical, yet few leaders command the mastery of this subject that they could. Indeed nothing good happens — no performance, no learning, no honesty, no correction — until someone takes ownership. And no one communicates the dynamics and intricacies of personal and shared responsibility like Christopher.

Christopher Avery, PhD, is a recognized authority on how individual and shared responsibility works in the mind and an advisor to successful leaders worldwide. Learn more about mastering leadership or build a responsible team (or family) from Teamwork Is An Individual Skill and enjoy a more productive way to live and lead.


The Responsibility Process

The Responsibility Process Book

The Responsibility Process: Unlocking Your Natural Ability to LIVE and LEAD with POWER

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FREEDOM, POWER, and CHOICE

Leadership is innate. The Responsibility Process proves it.

The Responsibility Process is a natural mental pattern that helps you process thoughts about taking or avoiding responsibility. How you navigate it determines whether you are leading toward meaningful results or just marking time. This book gives you precision tools, practices, and leadership truths to navigate The Responsibility Process and lead yourself and others to freedom, power, and choice.

This book is a great self-study introduction to The Respo0nsibility Process, so it’s a great starting point for people who don’t have time to join a course and who learn well by reading.

What do people say about The Responsibility Process  book?

Joe Thomas says:

Avery explains why being responsible is vastly different than taking responsibility. Being responsible is living up to cultural norms and expectations while taking responsibility is owning everything about your life!

Avery is the first author I’ve found that makes a meaningful leadership distinction between accountability and responsibility. Avery uses the roots of these two words to explain the difference. And leadership is all about making distinctions in the minds of people!

Oluf Nissen says:


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