AFH 040: The Responsibility Process with Christopher Avery [PODCAST]

Christopher Avery (@ChristopherAver) joined me (@RyanRipley) at The Path to Agility Conference (@cohaainfo) to discuss responsibility.

Christopher Avery Presenting at The Path to Agility Conference 2016 – Copyright COHAA

Christopher is the President and CEO of Partnerwerks™ Inc and is the visionary force behind The Leadership Gift™. He is the author of “Teamwork Is An Individual Skill” for everyone who is fed up with working in bad teams. Christopher is passionate about helping people live free, powerful, and at choice. He shares resources and more about himself at

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What led Christopher down the path of personal responsibility
  • What the Responsibility Process is and how it impacts our lives
  • The difference between being a responsible person and taking full responsibility for yourself
  • The keys to practicing responsibility

Links from the show:

Teamwork Is an Individual Skill by Christopher Avery argues that learning to work with others may be the most important skill in the knowledge economy. The book promotes productive relationships by focusing on five abilities: assuming personal responsibility for productive relationships; creating powerful partnerships; aligning individuals around a shared purpose; trusting when something is “”just right””; and developing a collaborative mindset.

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Question: Do you think there is a difference between being a responsible person and taking full responsibility? Let’s discuss in the comment section! You can leave a comment by clicking here.





Want to hear another podcast improving the way we think and relate to others? — Listen to my conversation with Jason Womack on episode 36. We discuss how to get unstuck in life and how to uncover the things to are holding us back from becoming who we want be.

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