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Human Responsibility

Being able to consciously make decisions. Conducting behaviors that seek to improve oneself and/or help others. Accepting the consequences of one’s own actions and decisions. Ensuring that one exercises their rights with consideration for the rights of others. Taking responsibility for one’s own actions and decisions, and not blaming others when expected standards aren’t met.

“The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant.” — Max De Pree Quote

“The most important thing is to have a sense of responsibility, commitment, and concern for each of our fellow beings.” — Dalai Lama

“With freedom comes responsibility, a responsibility that can only be met by the individual.” — Ronald Regan

Responsibility and accountability is coupled with involvement in connection with productivity gives effectiveness in communicating in team members keeps to inspire and empower them to grow together horizontally. Organization growth is individual growth vice versa and contribution to society at large extent makes to make the nation strong and stable in reality. Industrial growth scales to measure with per capita income of an individual will increase in multi folds and proves the needs of individuals in terms of consumption shows the capacity of an institution and its work force. Creating the work culture, work environment shows the skill levels of their workmen and women by applying technology makes an impact on the part of organization and society as well. Continuous learning will balance the health of an employee as disciplined individual to mingle with colleagues, peers, superiors and officials. It gives scope to learn and improve in a systematic and dynamic manner with an innovative approach makes as an efficient individual and allow to visualize the future with strategic planning. Collective effort gives collective results. Sharing and caring is part of the process. Success comes through so many ways. It is wise to understand.

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