Develop responsibility in employees, and they will no longer need a controller

What is "personal responsibility"? If we look at the explanatory dictionary, we will see that the word responsibility has the root “response” and is based on the need and obligation to give an account
of one’s actions, decisions, deeds, and also to be responsible for their consequences
. By the way, the question immediately arises: “to whom should I answer, who are these people?” Personal responsibility implies that it is ourselves and those to whom we promised something, made obligations, agreed.

It turns out that this is a kind of limiting mechanism that helps regulate interaction between people in society. Thanks to him, we know what we can expect from others (and they from us), we can agree on some important things. And along with restrictions in some areas, get more freedom and opportunities in others.

In addition to personal responsibility, there is also collective responsibility. Here we will touch upon it only in the context of understanding the boundaries between these two responsibilities. Because part of the problems arises from the fact that many blur the line between the collective and the personal, and then do not know where to run from such “happiness”.

Formation process

The formation of personal responsibility begins in the family, from early childhood. The more conscious and older the child is, the more actions he can do on his own, the more he is responsible for.

First, it’s asking to go to the potty on time, then getting to it yourself; finish the porridge, collect toys, get dressed, help mom/dad. All this is usually regulated by the approval or disapproval of adults. This is how we socialize, learn how to behave in order to be accepted.

Seeing the example of parents, the child learns the areas of responsibility of adults (“dad works, and mom is beautiful”), who is responsible for what in the family. And who gets what benefit and “carrots” for it. If dad is responsible for the finances, but mom is unhappy all the time, the child experiences the “if I’m like dad, they won’t love me,” and he won’t have any enthusiasm for making money for the family, he’ll try to avoid it. And yes, many will say “an irresponsible person.”

This, by the way, is one of the reasons for conflicts between people in relationships - different images of responsibility adopted from their parents’ families.

You are solely responsible for your entire life experience.

1. It is impossible to understand and control everything around you

It is impossible to know everything that is happening around you. Your body and brain are regulating themselves right now, without any input from you. There are numerous invisible signals in the atmosphere, the range of which is very wide - from radio waves to thought forms. You can't perceive all these signals. You are indeed taking part in creating your own reality right now, but it is happening unconsciously, without any awareness or control on your part. This is why you can think positively and still be in need. Your conscious mind is not the creator.

2. You don't control everything.

Obviously, if you don't know everything that's going on, you can't control it. This is just a trap of your Ego, which makes you think that the world is controlled by your orders. Since your Ego is unable to see what is happening in the world at the moment, it is not entirely wise to let it decide what is best for you. You have the right to choose, but you cannot control events. You can use your consciousness to choose what you choose to experience, but you must allow it to be decided for you whether those events will happen or not, how they will happen, and when. The key here is submission.

3. You have the ability to heal everyone you meet in life.

Whatever appears in your life (no matter how), it can be healed only because it is in the sphere of your action. The point is, if you can feel it, you can heal it. If you see a problem in someone else and it bothers you, then you can fix it (heal yourself). Or as I once said to Oprah Winfrey, “If you can notice it, you got it.” You may not have the slightest idea why this happened in your life or why the circumstances were such, but you have to accept it because you know nothing about it. The more you heal what comes your way, the purer you become and the closer you are to manifesting what you desire, as you free up energy that is now available to be used in relation to other issues.

4. You are solely responsible for your entire life experience.

Everything that happens in your life is not your fault, but you bear full (100%) responsibility for these events. The concept of personal responsibility extends much further than what you say, do, and think. It includes what others in your life say, do and think. Taking full responsibility for the events in your life means that if there is someone in your life who has a problem, then it will be your problem too. This principle is closely related to the previous principle, which states that you have the ability to heal everyone who comes your way. Therefore, you have no right to blame anyone or anything for what happens. You only can take responsibility, which means accepting what is happening, recognizing it as yours and loving it. The more you heal what comes your way, the stronger your connection to the source of life becomes.

5. Your ticket to no limits is repeating the phrase “I love you.”

The pass that takes you into the world beyond comprehension, from healing to wish fulfillment, is the simple phrase “I love you.” Repeating this phrase to God cleanses everything in you, allowing you to experience the miracle of this moment - the absence of limitations. The idea is to love everything around you. Love your excess weight, your problem child, neighbor or spouse, love them all. Love transforms energy and releases it. The phrase “I love you” serves as a magic password to the experience of God.

6. Inspiration is much more important than intention.

Intentions are toys of the mind, and inspiration is a direction from God. At some point you submit and start listening instead of asking and waiting. Intention is an attempt to manage your life based on the limited vision of your Ego. Inspiration is receiving a message from God and acting on that message. Intentions work and produce results, inspiration works and works wonders. What do you choose? Ho'oponopono Cheat Sheet I am guided in my life and in my relationships with people by the following principles.

1. The physical Universe is the embodiment of my thoughts.

2. If my thoughts are harmful, they create a harmful physical reality.

3. If my thoughts are perfect, then they create a physical reality that exudes LOVE.

4. I take full (100%) responsibility for the creation of my physical Universe.

5. I take full (100%) responsibility for transforming harmful thoughts that create harmful reality.

6. Nothing exists separately from me. Everything exists as thoughts in my mind.

Is responsibility a carrot or a stick for you?

What is your attitude to the concept of personal responsibility? Does it evoke a feeling of freedom? Or is it the feeling that you are tied hand and foot?

In addition to parental encouragement/reprimand as a guide for our actions, there is another important impetus associated with the adult's perception of personal responsibility.

It is a natural child's interest to explore everything that comes along the way. A child is not born a “blank slate.” Even if we do not consider the spiritual aspect, such as the presence of a soul, each of us from the very moment of conception is a unique combination of the genetic material of our parents and all ancestors on both lines. And from birth, a certain core of the future personality is already present.

Therefore, despite the upbringing of the family and society, everyone has characteristics and preferences that are unique to them. Our desires and goals follow from them.


personal responsibility presupposes that each of us is responsible to ourselves for ensuring that they are realized
. So that deep impulses find their expression outside. Because this is what brings a feeling of deep satisfaction, agreement with oneself and life; such responsibility is associated with pleasure, and not with a burden on the shoulders and punishment.

Types of liability

Criminal liability is the obligation imposed only by the court to undergo a certain type of punishment for committing a crime.

A crime is an act provided for as such by the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

The only normative act establishing criminal liability is the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

The age at which criminal liability begins: as a general rule - from 16 years; as an exception - according to a special rule - from the age of 14 (for example: murder, theft, robbery and others); for certain crimes - from 18 years of age (for example: involving a minor in committing antisocial acts).

The body that hears cases of criminal offenses is the court.

Types of penalties: fine; deprivation of the right to hold certain positions and engage in certain activities; deprivation of a special military or honorary title, class rank and state awards; compulsory work; correctional work; restriction on military service; restriction of freedom; forced labor; arrest; detention in a disciplinary military unit; imprisonment for a certain period of time; life imprisonment; the death penalty.

Administrative responsibility is the obligation imposed by authorized bodies for an administrative offense to undergo a certain type of administrative punishment.

An administrative offense is an act provided for by law as such.

The main regulatory legal act is the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offenses.

The age at which administrative responsibility begins is 16 years.

In administrative proceedings, there is a presumption of innocence, which means that a person is considered innocent until his guilt is proven. In turn, a person brought to administrative responsibility is not required to prove his innocence. Doubts about the guilt of a person brought to administrative responsibility are interpreted in favor of this person.

Types of administrative penalties: warning; administrative penalty; confiscation of the instrument or subject of an administrative offense; deprivation of a special right granted to an individual; administrative arrest; administrative expulsion from the Russian Federation of a foreign citizen or stateless person; disqualification; administrative suspension of activities.

If a minor does not have independent income, an administrative fine is collected from his parents and other legal representatives.

Disputes regarding compensation for property damage and moral harm caused by an administrative offense are considered by the court in civil proceedings.

Responsibility arising from labor relations can be:

A) disciplinary;

B) material.

Disciplinary liability is the obligation imposed by the employer to undergo disciplinary action for a disciplinary offense.

The main legal act in the Russian Federation regulating labor relations is the Labor Code of the Russian Federation.

Disciplinary offense is the failure or improper performance by an employee through his fault of the labor duties assigned to him (violation of legal requirements, obligations under an employment contract, internal labor regulations, job descriptions, regulations, orders of the employer, technical rules). For example, showing up at work while drunk.

Disciplinary sanctions:

1) remark;

2) reprimand;

3) dismissal for appropriate reasons.

For each disciplinary offense, only one disciplinary sanction can be applied.

The employer draws up a written order (instruction) on bringing the employee to disciplinary liability.

Financial liability is the obligation of compensation for damage imposed on one of the parties to an employment contract for damage caused to the other party.

Financial liability of the employer to the employee.

The employer is obliged to compensate the employee for the earnings he did not receive in all cases of illegal deprivation of his opportunity to work.

An employer who causes damage to an employee's property shall compensate for this damage in full.

If the employer violates the established deadline for remuneration due to the employee, the employer is obliged to pay it with interest (monetary compensation).

Moral damage caused to an employee by unlawful actions or inaction of the employer is compensated to the employee in cash in amounts determined by agreement of the parties to the employment contract.

Material liability of the employee.

The employee is obliged to compensate the employer for damage to property. If the employee does not agree with the employer’s demands for compensation for material damage, he is compensated in court.

Civil liability is the obligation of a person to undergo civil sanctions imposed for causing material, moral harm and for losses caused by non-fulfillment or improper fulfillment of obligations provided for in the contract.

A sanction is a measure of punishment.

Loss is damage expressed in monetary form that is caused to one person by the unlawful actions of another.

Moral harm is the physical and moral suffering of a person caused by the unlawful actions or inaction of another person.

Material damage is property losses - a decrease in the value of a damaged item, a decrease or loss of income, the need for new expenses, etc.

Failure to perform or improper performance of duties.

Due to non-fulfillment (a person does not do what he should do) or improper fulfillment (a person does what he should, but poorly) of obligations provided for by law or contract, a person bears property liability. In this case, the citizen is liable for his obligations with all the property belonging to him.

Liabilities due to harm.

Harm caused to the person or property of a citizen, as well as harm caused to the property of a legal entity, is subject to compensation in full by the person who caused the harm.

Persons who jointly caused harm are jointly and equally liable to the victim. At the request of the victim and in his interests, the court has the right to impose liability in shares on the persons who jointly caused the harm.

Methods of compensation for harm:

• in kind (provide a thing of the same kind and quality);

• in cash.

Compensation for harm caused to the life or health of a citizen

If a citizen is injured or otherwise damaged in his health, compensation is subject to compensation for the victim’s lost earnings (income), which he had or definitely could have had during his illness, as well as additional expenses incurred due to damage to health, including expenses for treatment, additional food, purchase medications, prosthetics, outside care, sanatorium treatment, purchase of special vehicles, preparation for another profession, if it is established that the victim needs these types of help and care and is not entitled to receive them free of charge.

Compensation for moral damage.

Compensation for moral damage is carried out in monetary form.

The amount of compensation for moral damage is determined by the court.

Task 7 Case “Define responsibility”

In the presented incidents, determine what responsibility the person will be held accountable for?

1. Sidorov was late for work.


2. Pronin decided to ride the asphalt paver, but was unable to drive it back, leaving it in a roadside ditch.


3. Popov came to work drunk.


4. Karavaeshnikov painted a huge picture of indecent content on the wall of the city library.


5. Kruzhkov, out of curiosity, destroyed an anthill in the forest.


6. Popov, in a drunken state, pestered passers-by, asked for money for drinks and cursed with obscene language.


7. Khitrov snatched a handbag from the hands of a passing lady and ran away.


8. Smirnov took out a loan and does not pay it.


9. In a fight, Kryukov accidentally dropped his opponent’s head on a stone, from which he died.


10. Sidorov did not repay the debt on time.


11. Titova called the school director and jokingly said that a bomb had been planted under the school.


12. Makov does not carry a passport with him.


13. Morozova ran across the road at a red traffic light.


14. Kozodoeva did not keep track of her goat, which entered the neighbor’s garden and ate all the cabbage.


15. Silkin refused to wash the dishes after himself at home.


16. The unfortunate man, offended by his neighbor, kept dreaming of how to beat or kill his neighbor.


Task 8 Case “Who is guilty”

In the situation presented, determine who will be prosecuted and why.

“Petrov and Sidorov were classmates. Life was going well for Petrov, he graduated from school with honors, then university and opened his own business. Sidorov's life was going downhill. He barely graduated from school, drank, got involved with bad company, and had a prison sentence for robbery behind him. Sidorov was jealous of Petrov’s current life.

One day Sidorov, while drinking with his comrades Orlov and Koshkin, told them about his fate and the fate of his wealthy classmate. Orlov listened carefully to Sidorov and asked where Petrov lived and what exactly he did. Having received the necessary information, Orlov decided to restore “justice” and rob Petrov. For this case, he decided to involve his old acquaintances - Myshkin and Utkin. Myshkin collected information about Petrov’s movements for two weeks and passed it on to Orlov.

Having determined a convenient moment (Petrov’s absence from home), Orlov and Utkin, opening the door lock, made their way into Petrov’s apartment. Having collected valuable property, they were about to leave the apartment, but at that moment Petrov returned home. Seeing Petrov, Orlov grabbed a knife in the kitchen and tried to stab Petrov in the chest area. Petrov dodged the blow and struck Orlov several times, as a result of which Orlov broke his jaw, two ribs and his arm.

During the fight, Utkin managed to jump out into the street with part of the stolen goods and disappeared. Subsequently, he sold the stolen items through his old friend Komarov.


Criminal Code of the Russian Federation

Article 33. Types of accomplices in a crime

1. Along with the perpetrator, the organizer, instigator and accomplice are recognized as accomplices to the crime.

2. A perpetrator is a person who directly committed a crime or directly participated in its commission together with other persons (co-perpetrators), as well as a person who committed a crime through the use of other persons who are not subject to criminal liability due to age, insanity or other circumstances provided for by this Code. .

3. An organizer is a person who organized the commission of a crime or supervised its execution, as well as a person who created an organized group or criminal community (criminal organization) or supervised them.

4. An instigator is a person who persuaded another person to commit a crime by persuasion, bribery, threat or other means.

5. An accomplice is recognized as a person who assisted in the commission of a crime by advice, instructions, provision of information, means or instruments for committing a crime or removing obstacles, as well as a person who promised in advance to hide the criminal, means or instruments of committing a crime, traces of a crime or objects obtained by criminal means, and equally a person who promised in advance to purchase or sell such items.

Article 37. Necessary defense

1. It is not a crime to cause harm to an attacker in a state of necessary defense, that is, when protecting the personality and rights of the defender or other persons, the legally protected interests of society or the state from a socially dangerous attack, if this attack was associated with violence dangerous to the life of the defender or another person, or with an immediate threat of such violence.

2. Protection from an attack that is not associated with violence dangerous to the life of the defender or another person, or with an immediate threat of such violence, is lawful if the limits of necessary defense were not exceeded, that is, deliberate actions that are clearly inconsistent with the character and the danger of encroachment.

2.1. The actions of a defending person do not exceed the limits of necessary defense if this person, due to the surprise of the attack, could not objectively assess the degree and nature of the danger of the attack.

3. The provisions of this article apply equally to all persons, regardless of their professional or other special training and official position, as well as regardless of the ability to avoid a socially dangerous attack or seek help from other persons or authorities.

Article 38. Causing harm during the detention of a person who has committed a crime

1. It is not a crime to cause harm to a person who has committed a crime when he is detained in order to bring him to the authorities and suppress the possibility of him committing new crimes, if it was not possible to detain such a person by other means, and the measures necessary for this were not exceeded.

2. Exceeding the measures necessary to detain a person who has committed a crime is recognized as their obvious discrepancy with the nature and degree of public danger of the crime committed by the detainee and the circumstances of the detention, when the person is unnecessarily caused clearly excessive harm not caused by the situation. Such an excess entails criminal liability only in cases of intentional harm.

Article 39. Extreme necessity

1. It is not a crime to cause harm to interests protected by criminal law in a state of extreme necessity, that is, to eliminate a danger that directly threatens the personality and rights of a given person or other persons, the legally protected interests of society or the state, if this danger could not be eliminated by other means, and at the same time, the limits of extreme necessity were not exceeded.

2. Exceeding the limits of extreme necessity is considered to be the infliction of harm that is clearly inconsistent with the nature and degree of the threatened danger and the circumstances under which the danger was eliminated, when harm was caused to the specified interests equal to or more significant than that prevented. Such an excess entails criminal liability only in cases of intentional harm.

Task 9 Case “Presumption of Innocence”

After analyzing the situation, determine whether Petrov must prove that he has been in Stavropol for less than 90 days, and whether the actions of the police officer to bring Petrov to justice are legal.

Petrov lives in the city of Pyatigorsk. For the weekend he went to visit his comrades in Stavropol. There, Petrov is stopped on the street by a police officer and asked to show his registration at his place of residence and registration at his place of stay. Petrov shows the police officer his passport, which indicates his place of residence. Petrov does not have temporary registration. The police officer urgently asks you to prove that Petrov has been here for no more than 90 days (asks to show bus tickets, etc.), otherwise he will be forced to bring Petrov to justice under Art. 19.15 Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation.


Why is responsibility so often not a pleasure?

For many of us, personal responsibility is perceived as something heavy; it is not for nothing that they say “the burden of responsibility.” This is like a restriction of freedom, everyone owes it - children, parents, friends, colleagues, homeland, etc. A frequent synonym is the word “need”. And responsibility is often associated with fear of punishment.

Where does all this come from?

Partially from the same childhood. Many parents find it difficult to determine the degree of responsibility for which their child is really ready. Thus, older children are often made responsible for younger brothers and sisters, although in reality they are not ready for this.

Or they require the child to independently plan homework and punish him when he cannot cope.

In addition, responsibility is usually imposed in the form of an ultimatum, like “let’s agree that you are responsible for cleaning, and I will punish you if you don’t clean up.” And they don’t even ask the child for consent, does he want to be responsible for this? And why would you want it?

Few parents know how to negotiate so that the child himself agrees to be responsible for something and this is also beneficial for him. Usually this only benefits the parents. Unfortunately, there is a lot of manipulation in the area of ​​responsibility that continues into adulthood.

Here some people begin to avoid any responsibility, because it only causes problems and nothing good, and it is better to be “bad for everyone, but free.”

And the other part, on the contrary, is ready to be responsible for everything and everyone. Because they really want to be needed and loved, this is the only way they have felt it since childhood. There are many such examples: responsible employees who do everything for others; people who drag not only their family, but also a couple of families of friends and relatives - “well, I’m responsible for them.” They are very fond of being burdened with additional responsibility by those who cannot cope with theirs)

I think everyone has examples of both in their lives. Or maybe it's you?

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