If you or your company uses “accountability” and “responsibility” interchangeably, you won’t want to miss January’s ATD meeting. We’ll explore the concepts of Christopher Avery Ph. D., who believes there are two very different meanings for “accountability” and “responsibility”. Our presenter, Donna Pavlish, uses Dr. Avery’s material to provide a how-to approach for inspiring personal responsibility – the first principle of success in any endeavor. Applying Avery’s research will help you learn and grow faster, overcome challenges, and energize your teams and organization. Instead of increasing accountability as a New Year’s resolution, we should work on taking responsibility and see how much farther we will go.
About our Speaker: Donna Pavlish, has been in banking for 36 years here in Billings. She is currently an Instructional Designer for First Interstate Bank and has designed and facilitated training courses for over 2,000 employees in Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota. As a certified instructor she teaches courses on Leadership and Professional Development, as well as creative thinking. Donna has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, majoring in Communication at Montana State University – Billings. She has been an active Big Sky ATD Chapter member for over 20 years. Donna has served on numerous non-profit boards throughout Billings, and is currently the President of the local St. Vincent de Paul board.
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