Are you responsible?
Chris Avery, a leadership consultant, teaches how one can be responsible.
According to Avery, responsibility isn’t a character trait. It is a learned mental process operating identically in everyone. You know responsibility when you see it. You can teach it, study it and practice it.
If you are willing, you can choose to become more responsible. Avery says that responsibility is best achieved when individuals choose to pursue it as compared to others attempting to force you into responsibility. In other words, responsibility is best learned as it is modeled by others and taught as a virtue worthy to pursue.
Avery says there are three keys to unlocking and mastering responsibility. They are:
In our efforts to operate in a “lean” manner, responsibility is a fundamental.
We want to create ways to do things better and sustain them. Responsible teammates will ensure we maintain that standard.
We want to identify wastes and eliminate them. Responsible people draw attention to waste and participate in achieving the elimination.
The examples are many. But, a team of folks who endeavor to become responsible will win every time against those who dodge responsibility.
PalletOne CEO Howe Wallace
Since 2005, he has been sharing his thoughts on the organization, leadership, and communication in an online daily note to teammates called Daily with HQ.