AskChristopherAvery.com Podcast

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AskChristopherAvery.com Podcast where Christopher Avery, the world's leading expert on personal and shared responsibility and author of "Teamwork is an Individual Skill" answers your most burning questions on teamwork, responsible leadership, and agile ch...

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Are some responsibility process elements more important than others?

por Christopher Avery Ph.D.

Welcome to the AskChristopherAvery.com podcast where Christopher Avery, the world’s leading expert on personal and shared responsibility and author of “Teamwork is an Individual Skill” answers your most burning questions on teamwork, responsible leadership, and agile change. In this episode, Christopher answers the question “Are there some elements of the responsibility process that are more important for some goals than other goals?” To learn more about Christopher Avery Ph.D or his Responsibility Redefined message visit http://www.christopheravery.com/. To ask Christopher a question visit http://www.askchristopheravery.com/ and tune into our next LIVE FREE Tele-training with Christopher Avery.

I have trouble balancing between "laying blame" & responsibility

por Christopher Avery Ph.D.

Welcome to the AskChristopherAvery.com podcast where Christopher Avery, the world’s leading expert on personal and shared responsibility and author of “Teamwork is an Individual Skill” answers your most burning questions on teamwork, responsible leadership, and agile change. In this episode, Christopher answers the question “I have trouble balancing between not "laying blame" but yet putting responsibility where it belongs because we can't be responsible for the whole world. For example, a project manager whose project is dependent upon another project. If the other project slips it's date, then the obviously the main project slips. It's been defined up front as such. Yet when management goes into accountability mode and the project manager says, "my project missed it's dates because the dependent project dates moved"...is that OK? Or is that "laying blame"?" To learn more about Christopher Avery Ph.D or his Responsibility Redefined message visit http://www.christopheravery.com/. To ask Christopher a question visit http://www.askchristopheravery.com/ and tune into our next LIVE FREE Tele-training with Christopher Avery.

What is a skillful way to encourage self-reflection peer to peer?

por Christopher Avery Ph.D.

Welcome to the AskChristopherAvery.com podcast where Christopher Avery, the world’s leading expert on personal and shared responsibility and author of “Teamwork is an Individual Skill” answers your most burning questions on teamwork, responsible leadership, and agile change. In this episode, Christopher answers the question “What is a skillful way to encourage self-reflection peer to peer? A colleague on my team has begun holding back and resorting to passive aggressive behaviors during meetings. I've tried to approach her in a friendly manner, but she pulls back and is cold (not just to me, others, too)." To learn more about Christopher Avery Ph.D or his Responsibility Redefined message visit http://www.christopheravery.com/. To ask Christopher a question visit http://www.askchristopheravery.com/ and tune into our next LIVE FREE Tele-training with Christopher Avery.

My life and job are not what I want. How does the Responsibility Process help?

por Christopher Avery Ph.D.

Welcome to the AskChristopherAvery.com podcast where Christopher Avery, the world’s leading expert on personal and shared responsibility and author of “Teamwork is an Individual Skill” answers your most burning questions on teamwork, responsible leadership, and agile change. In this episode, Christopher answers the question “My life and job aren't what I want. How does the Responsibility Process help?" To learn more about Christopher Avery Ph.D or his Responsibility Redefined message visit http://www.christopheravery.com/. To ask Christopher a question visit http://www.askchristopheravery.com/ and tune into our next LIVE FREE Tele-training with Christopher Avery.

How does a manager or anyone else impart a teamwork mentality to others within the organization?

por Christopher Avery Ph.D.

Welcome to the AskChristopherAvery.com podcast where Christopher Avery, the world's leading expert on personal and shared responsibility and author of "Teamwork is an Individual Skill" answers your most burning questions on teamwork, responsible leadership, and agile change. In this episode, Christopher answers the question "How does a manager or anyone else impart a teamwork mentality to others within the organization?"To learn more about Christopher Avery Ph.D or his Responsibility Redefined message visit http://www.christopheravery.com/. To ask Christopher a question visit http://www.askchristopheravery.com/ and tune into our next LIVE FREE Tele-training with Christopher Avery.