Objective: Individual improvement

This workshop maybe taught in four or eight hours

As a prerequisite to managing others, a leader must be able to manage themselves. This intensive workshop challenges current and future leaders to gain insight into their personal and professional responsibility for self-management. Ed O. Bridgman created this workshop to provide a structured learning experience designed to increase commitment to personal, professional and organizational excellence.

What would your organization be like if no one ever asked, “Whose fault is this?” What if we could all let go of the ‘blame game’ and view accountability as a method for achieving increased personal and team effectiveness?

Participants are provided a workbook.

Topics include:

  • Discover the three areas of 100% responsibility

  • Discover the five areas of natural human response

  • Moving through the healing process

  • Identify Patterns of ineffective behavior

  • Create new solutions that work

Seminar consists of:

  • Small and large group discussions

  • Role playing by facilitator and every participant

Organizational Benefits:

  • Increase willingness to take personal responsibility for employee’s own choices

  • Stop blaming others

  • Eliminating excuses and “games”

  • Improved relationships

  • Improved individual effectiveness


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Ed O. Bridgman MBA, PMP
Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt

10550 Pioneer Rd.
Theodore, AL 36582

512-785-1379 (direct)

251-367-2409 (secondary #)