Joe is an Agile Transformation Coach and is passionate about helping others become great leaders, increase their agility, and find joy in their work. He is a Board Member of the Central Ohio Agile Association, and an adjunct professor at Miami University. Joe is an Accredited Coach of The Leadership Gift and a great friend and mentor to many in the agile community.
In this episode you’ll discover:
- What The Responsibility Process is.
- The power of pausing before reacting.
- How The Responsibility Process can help agile teams improve.
Links from the show:
- The Responsibility Process: Unlocking Your Natural Ability to Live and Lead with Power by Christopher Avery
- The Leadership Gift Program – The new sessions have just started. Join us!
- The Path to Agility Conference – May 24th & 25th
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.
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Want to hear another podcast about Responsibility? — Listen to my conversation with Christopher Avery on episode 40. We discuss the Responsibility Process in much greater detail and how it’s application can improve lives.
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