Teams & Responsibility. How can we help them grow?

Using The Responsibility Process™ from Dr. C. Avery to build stronger and responsible teams. This process, derived from field studies, shows how all people mentally process thoughts about avoiding or taking responsibility. More of one year ago I started to study this model and I am part of the program The leadership Gift™ (Dr. C. Avery's program). This program allows me to grow as a person and as professional every single day. It also gave me the opportunity to help my teams to shine in a natural way. In this presentation, I will do a presentation of the model and share my experience using it with teams. To help people to understand it and use it, the session will have games and pitfails based in my experience with it

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

It will be a interactive workshop with a small talk at teh begining and games after that.

  • Introduction
  • Presentation of The Responsibility Process™ (talk mode)
  • Apply the models with games
  • Debrief
  • Close the session

Learning Outcome

Participants will:

  1. Learn about The Responsibility Process™
  2. How to help people to take responsibility 
  3. How to build a responsible team
  4. Pitfails based on experience applying this model

 

 

Target Audience

All audiences

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

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