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The Totally Responsible Person®

Course Description

TRP® is a practical workshop that will help employees learn to stay positive, productive and effective no matter what the circumstances. It will help each participant see themselves as an “owner,” not just an employee; as someone who is responsible for how they handle any given situation and is accountable to others, as well as themselves. Each participant will learn
innovative and proven techniques to move beyond blame and judgement and gain the confidence and tools needed to interact with others in a positive, constructive and respectful way. TRP focuses on infusing an organization with a culture of responsibility, cooperation, respect and teamwork. It teaches workers to look at their own attitudes and actions and realize that staying positive is a choice. This skill will not only impact the business and the people around them but their own satisfaction and well-being too.

We may be unable to control our circumstances, but we can control how we handle them. In today’s business culture things change quickly. Help your team to respond to these changes and not simply react.

TRP is an 8-hour training typically taught in two 4-hour segments.


Practicing these values shifts the culture of an organization from blame and criticism to respect, acceptance of responsibility, personal fulfillment and increased success. In short, TRP® helps organizations thrive—even in the midst of change or adversity.

Learning Outcomes

TRP participants will:

• Begin to recognize Moments of Choice and learn how to exercise courage and self control in the face of adversity - the essence of becoming a Totally Responsible Person
• Learn how to “reverse the flow” - how to use negative emotions, challenging situations, and stress or conflict to create positive changes and “win-win” outcomes.
• Eliminate gossip and criticism from the workplace and anywhere else
• Influence others without rescuing or enabling their negative behaviors and attitudes.
• Uncover deeper meaning and purpose in work and life by keeping your “eyes on the prize” of what matters most

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