Showing responsibility for decisions made, for employees and for oneself
R, the second letter in the D.R.E.A.M. Formula®, stands for a leader’s responsibility. A responsibility that applies to a myriad of areas.
First and foremost, a leader has a responsibility to herself. She should have respect for her physical and psychological resources, applying them consciously. She must then ensure that her employees do the same. In times of increasing burnout afflictions, this is a vital issue and entails creating a positive environment in which employees enjoy their work.
A leader carries exceptional responsibility during transitional processes. He must masterfully guide his staff to their destination. For this purpose, we developed story changing® – an outstanding, award-winning tool for understanding, accepting and actively shaping change.
You can learn about this and much more in Workbook: Responsibility, with numerous worksheets for profound, enduring insight.
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