Understanding and promoting co-responsibility at work

Sharing co-responsibility means building a culture where a mature 'I' is enriched by a constructive 'we'.

Update: 25 January 2024

Training objectives

In this training course, you will learn how to :
  • Establish a culture of co-responsibility within the team based on the 10 principles of co-responsible management.
  • Manage effectively by establishing a dynamic of autonomy, empowerment, and commitment within your team.
  • Communicate in a co-responsible way by avoiding the parent-child relationships conveyed by traditional management.
  • Manage disagreements and conflicts by promoting rigorous and responsible self-governing company processes.
  • Develop solid self-confidence by avoiding the disempowering traps of normalization and parenting.
  • Be a player in inclusion and team cohesion as it is a shared responsibility.

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