ASTD SCWC Special Program
Stressed out with the lack of accountability?
Find out who to blame at this session on:
Becoming the Totally Responsible Person
Date & Location
Friday, May 24, 2013
St Mary's Hospital
700 South Park Street
Conference Center Bay 1
Madison, WI 53715
Registration, Networking & Breakfast begins at 8:00
Program runs from 8:30 - 10:00 AM
ASTD SCWC Members - $25
Non-Member Guests - $35
Why a Totally Responsible Person?
The single largest barrier to success and personal effectiveness is the victim mentality: The tendency to blame others when things go wrong. In this fast-paced and light-hearted experiential workshop, see the TRP method to getting rid of victim mentality and building a culture of accountability and values.
Session Learning Objectives:
- Learn to identify and release any victim mentality in oneself
- Practice becoming the Totally Responsible Person – taking personal responsibility for actions and attitudes
- Deal with the victim mentality in others
Thomas White, JD
Mr. White was born and raised in Mount Airy, NC, graduated from Davidson College in 1965 with a BA in History, served in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia, and graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1972. He served in the US Army from 1969-1971. He practiced law in Mt. Airy, NC, and Winston Salem, NC, for 26 years. In the 1990’s he mediated professionally over 1200 legal cases. In addition, he has been a sought-after mediation trainer in a variety of settings, working with adults and youth. Mr. White has led several community civic organizations.
Daniel Lobb, CPLP
Daniel's ten years of experience as a business leader in the packaged tour industry gave him extensive travel experience and a passion for learning. Daniel joined TRP Enterprises, Inc. in 2008 and serves as the company’s chief operating officer. He received his certification in workplace learning and performance (CPLP) from the American Society in Training and Development (ASTD) in 2012. Daniel serves as the 2013 president for the local chapter of that association (Piedmont ASTD). He is a private pilot and resides with his wife and children in North Carolina, where they are engaged in a variety of community volunteer efforts.