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The Responsible CEO — Pebble Beach, CA

Published on February 24, 2015

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Who is responsible for what happens in your life?  Do you believe you should take personal responsibility? Or do you feel as if most things are outside of your control and there’s little or nothing you can do about them?

Psychologists say that some people possess an internal locus of control, where they rely primarily on themselves for the gains and losses in   their lives. Others possess an external    locus of control, where they blame others when something goes wrong.

Which group is more successful?  The group that takes personal responsibility.  Which people are more content?  The ones who take personal responsibility. Which people learn from their mistakes and keep growing and improving?  The people who take responsibility. 

Taking responsibility for your life is a choice.  When you take responsibility for yourself, you take responsibility for your learning and for insisting on the same commitment from the people with whom you share your life.

People are influenced by what they see.  No matter what you tell others to do, their natural inclination is to follow what they see you doing.  You will learn that your responsibilities increase and rights decrease as you climb the leadership ladder.  Taking responsibility for everything that happens in your life is what lasting leadership is all about.

You Will Learn:

The journey to becoming “I’m responsible” begins with understanding who you are, what you believe in, how you gather information and make decisions, how you respond to challenges and opportunities and what motivates you to action.

As CEOs we recognize the logic behind “I’m responsible,” yet still struggle to apply this concept in the day-to-day operations of business.  On a fairly frequent basis most people experience what are referred to as “differences of opinion,” “ethical dilemmas” and “values conflicts” between themselves and others.  In this life-changing, role-playing workshop you will learn the six values clusters or “filters” that motivate people to action, the introverted and extraverted behavioral styles that define one’s behavioral preferences and the essential body language success strategies that communicate “I’m responsible.”

You will learn how to apply these principles to your management system and create a culture of health and harmony, as well as accountability, which will provide you with persistent and predictable results.

Staying Or Playing In Pebble Beach?

For those who wish to stay at The Lodge at Pebble Beach or Inn at Spanish Bay, play golf at Pebble Beach Golf Links, the Links at Spanish Bay or Spyglass Hill, or experience world-class spa treatments at Casa Palermo, you may make your reservations and tee times through Pebble Beach Resorts at 800.654.9300.

Doctor-Only Workshop

Welcome
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at La Playa Carmel
Camino Real at 8th Avenue, Carmel, CA 93921 831.293.6100│www.laplayahotel.com 6-8 pm: Cocktails & Appetizers

Day 1
FRIDAY, March 13, 2015 at Monterey Peninsula Country Club
7-8 am: Breakfast & Registration
8-5 pm: Workshop
12-1 pm: Lunch
5-8 pm: Cocktails & Dinner

Day 2
SATURDAY, March 14, 2015 at Monterey Peninsula Country Club
7-8 am: Breakfast
8-12 pm: Workshop
Adjourned

Resort Attire – No Denim – No Shorts

Tuition Fees – Early Bird Tuition Fees (Paid Before 12/31/2014)
$995 Straine Client/Associate
$595 Spouse Workshop Attendee
$150 Dinner Only

Tuition Fees – (Paid After 12/31/2014)
$1495 Straine Client/Associate/Spouse Workshop Attendee
$1495 Non-Client Attendee

Registration Includes TTI Motivators Report – $75.00 Value

Monterey Peninsula Country Club
3000 Club Road
Pebble Beach, CA  93953
Phone 831.373.1556
www.mpccpb.org

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